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What Should First Responders Know About Estate Planning?
What Should First Responders Know About Estate Planning?

Being a first responder means you’re putting yourself at risk often. That’s why having a strong estate plan is so crucial. The following are some important questions for you to consider. What happens if I’m injured or can no longer make my own decisions? You’re usually the ...

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  • What Should First Responders Know About Estate Planning?

    Being a first responder means you’re putting yourself at risk often. That’s why having a strong estate plan is so crucial. The following are some important questions for you to consider. What happens ...

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  • Protecting Student Athletes Through Estate Planning

    As of July 1, 2021, college student athletes can profit from their name, image, and likeness (NIL). This change in policy from the previous NCAA rule that prohibited athletes from making money has ...

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  • What Is HEMS and Why Is It Included in So Many Trusts?

    While working on your estate plan, you may come across the acronym HEMS . HEMS stands for “health, education, maintenance, or support” and is usually included in trust agreements to guide a trustee on ...

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  • Estate Planning and Mental Illness: Things to Consider

    Did you know that 1 in 5 adults in the United States experience a mental illness? Understanding this fact will not only help us remove the stigma surrounding mental health, but will also make people ...

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  • Decanting: Redoing Your Loved One’s Estate Plan

    The world is constantly changing, and having the ability to adapt is crucial. But when it comes to your estate planning, do you want these documents to be flexible? In many situations, you may not ...

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  • When Might Probate Be a Good Thing?

    Avoiding probate - the court-supervised process of distributing a deceased person’s money and property - is a common goal for many individuals. The promise of avoiding probate is something estate ...

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