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The importance of planning ahead for long-term care

The need for long-term care should be considered during the estate planning process. Recent statistics show that an estimated 60 percent of Americans will need long-term care at some point in their lives. Long-term care is becoming more common as our population ages and life spans lengthen. This is because many people of advanced age […]

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Estate planning in the electronic age: protecting your digital assets

Take a moment to think about your digital footprint. Do you have accounts on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest? What about business networks like those established by industry groups, alumni associations or on LinkedIn? Do you have online access to pay your credit cards, utilities, mortgage, car payments, student loans or other debts? […]

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Due care can help you avoid common estate planning mistakes

Many people avoid estate planning so they don’t have to think about the issue of their own deaths. However, much like taxes, death is inevitable. By understanding our own mortality – and taking steps now to plan ahead – we can protect both our loved ones and our assets after we are gone. Generally, something […]

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Your Estate Planning Checklist

Estate planning can feel overwhelming. As a result, it is important to do some research before beginning the process. An estate planning attorney will help you determine what documents you will want to create, and how to ensure that they all work together for a detailed and comprehensive estate plan, but, it is important that […]

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Estate Planning New Year’s Resolutions

Every year, we come up with resolutions for ourselves. We decide that this year will be the year that we work out every day, or get that promotion at work, or make more of an effort to reach out to our friends and family. For many of us, these resolutions fall by the wayside by […]

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How Early Should I Start Estate Planning?

Many people assume estate planning is something to tackle later in life. For example, they assume they will only need a will if they have children. This is definitely not the case. In most states, you can begin estate planning as soon as you turn 18, and it is a good idea to begin planning […]

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