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Blog Posts in 2021

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  • 9 Reasons a Trust Might Terminate
    9 Reasons a Trust Might Terminate

    Every trust, at some point, will end. While trusts can stretch across generations and keep money and property within a family, no trust has unlimited funds or will last an unlimited amount of time. ...

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  • Estate Planning Considerations for Social Media Influencers
    Estate Planning Considerations for Social Media Influencers

    While being a social media influencer can be a great way to connect with people all over the world and bring in cash, it's not without its risks. If you're using social channels as part of your income ...

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  • ​Do You Actually Own Your Home? (Untangling a Tangled Title)
    ​Do You Actually Own Your Home? (Untangling a Tangled Title)

    You might be surprised to learn that you technically aren’t the owner of the home you live in. If you have inherited your property but the deed hasn’t been transferred into your name, then technically ...

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  • What Happens to Our Social Media Accounts After We Die?
    What Happens to Our Social Media Accounts After We Die?

    Social media is an integral part of our lives. In 2021, about 82% of people in the United States had at least one social media profile. But when we die, what happens to our profiles and all the ...

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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 ...

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  • Protecting Student Athletes Through Estate Planning
    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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