Tag: estate planning

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What to Do with Your Remains

Looking for a unique memorial service? Not all burial options are viable or legal in the United States, but there are many meaningful (and legal) ways for you to be laid to rest.

/ June 15, 2020
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Breaking Bank: How Bankruptcy Affects Inheritances and Estate Plans

Bankruptcy affects hundreds of thousands of Americans every year, and it leaves many of them in the lurch when it comes to their inheritances. In this blog post, we discuss some of the consequences bankruptcy has on people’s ability to...

/ May 6, 2020
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How to Find and Collect Unclaimed Inheritances

Have you ever wondered if you are owed an inheritance that you just didn’t know about? Find out what happens if your inheritance goes unclaimed and how to claim it in this post.

/ April 29, 2020

Things Your Executor Can and Can’t Do

The executor of a Will is responsible for making a lot of different decisions, but are there limits to their powers? This post goes through an executor’s responsibilities and gives examples of what they can and can’t do.

/ March 11, 2020

How to Store Your Estate Planning Documents

Have you considered where you should store your estate planning documents? Keeping them locked away seems like a good idea, but there are some things you should consider before you do so, like how accessible they’ll be to those who...

/ September 18, 2019
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What Does Bequeath Mean?

Bequeath is a term used in a Last Will document that means to gift something to another after you pass away. Find out more about what bequeath means and how it differs from the term devise in this post.

/ January 23, 2019