Why You Need a Digital Asset Estate Plan

…Ajemian’s account became the source of a nearly decade long legal battle that raised a salient question: Who can access your digital accounts after your death?
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Can You Leave an IRA to a Beneficiary?

Maximize the impact of your legacy and make sure it supports the people and causes that are most important to you.
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What are Alternatives to Guardianship?

We all want to protect vulnerable people from harm. However, taking away all their rights usually isn’t the place to start. Instead, there are several less severe options that could be the right way to go.
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How do I choose the executor of my will?

An executor is the person whom you name to handle the settlement of your estate after you die, taking your estate through probate, a court-supervised process that winds up your affairs in the state where you were living at the time of your death.
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Is Your Estate Plan Ready for Tax Changes?

There are useful estate planning vehicles that take advantage of current historically high federal exemptions, while providing flexibility to adapt and modify those plans based upon future events or tax law changes.
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Do I Need an Estate Plan If I’m 35?

As soon as you are an adult, you should have an estate plan in place.
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Is a Medical Power of Attorney Necessary?

Selecting medical powers of attorney is an important step that aging parents should take to ensure they get the care they wan,t if they are unable to advocate for themselves.
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How Do I Stop Heirs from Foolishly Wasting Inheritance?

One of the biggest concerns a trust creator might have is that the beneficiary would squander their inheritance or that the beneficiary’s creditor would attach the inheritance to cover the beneficiary’s debt.
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Can You Believe Aging Parents Grow Stubborn and They Know It?

Aging parents grow stubborn, and researchers are uncovering the reasons why.
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Here’s Why You Need an Estate Plan

No matter what line of work you are in, estate planning has facets that apply to everyone, and it comes down to documenting wishes and avoiding probate and unnecessary taxes. Too many people put it off, but, in general, the sooner you do it, the better.
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