Tag: estate planning

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Tough Talks: 3 Hard Conversations to Have with Aging Parents

Many Americans have elderly parents and are unsure how to discuss difficult topics like estate or funeral planning with them. In this post, we outline three topics you should cover with your parents and several legal documents they’ll find useful.

/ August 9, 2018
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The Basics of End-of-Life Planning

There’s no reason to cause your family and friends additional stress by having them make last-minute funeral arrangements after you pass away. With an End-of-Life plan, you can outline exactly how you want to be remembered. Find out more in...

/ August 2, 2018

Should You Try Swedish Death Cleaning?

Swedish death cleaning is a great way to declutter not only your life but your estate plans as well. Find out what it is and what the benefits are in this blog post.

/ June 28, 2018
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How to Complete Your Estate Plan with a New Document

Discussing what might happen after you pass away can be difficult, but with an End-of-Life Plan to help sort out your memorial service and other decisions, the discussion can be a little easier. In this post, we explore what this...

/ May 29, 2018
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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 8, 2018
Things Your Executor Can and Can’t Do

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.

/ April 3, 2018