Wills, Trusts & Estates

POA 101: Who Has The Power?

POA 101: Who Has The Power?

When you sit down with an attorney to go through the fundamentals of the estate planning process, one of the questions you will almost certainly be faced with is this: who would you like to designate as your power of attorney. You may be unfamiliar with this legal...

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Estate Planning: Tips For Having “The Talk” With Parents

Estate Planning: Tips For Having “The Talk” With Parents

Some people are planners by nature. They have their will and power of attorney drawn up before their first child is even born, and they pre-purchase burial plots long before retirement. If your parents are the planning sort, having “the talk” will probably be more of...

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Building “Trust” Into Your Trust

Building “Trust” Into Your Trust

According to the dictionary, the definition of the word trust is a “firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something.” When it comes to legal matters, it takes on a whole other meaning. However, you’ll still want significant “trust”...

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Estate Planning Is For Everyone (Even You!)

Estate Planning Is For Everyone (Even You!)

Taking the time to learn about estate planning is one of the kindest gifts you can give to family and other loved ones. While no one wants to think about their own mortality, most people find great comfort and peace of mind once their affairs are in order. This is one...

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Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way Forward

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way Forward

When it comes to the estate planning process, one document gets the lion’s share of the limelight: the last will and testament. Often the catalyst for drama in books, films, and soap operas, this legal record is actually a must-have in the real world. While many...

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