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  • 7 Ways to Leave Behind a Legacy (Without a Lot of Money)
    7 Ways to Leave Behind a Legacy (Without a Lot of Money)

    What do you picture when you hear the word “inheritance”? Do you imagine a mansion on a hill, a Mercedes Benz, or maybe a pile of cash sitting in a bank vault? The truth is, you don’t need a lot of ...

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  • What Is a Silent Trust?
    What Is a Silent Trust?

    What comes to mind when you hear “trust fund baby”? You might picture a spoiled, unmotivated adult living lavishly and spending money on extravagant purchases. This is a real fear that people who have ...

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  • Domestic Partnership vs. Marriage: What You Should Know When It Comes to Estate Planning
    Domestic Partnership vs. Marriage: What You Should Know When It Comes to Estate Planning

    Does your domestic partner have the same rights as a spouse as it relates to estate planning? The short answer is… probably not. The exact answer depends on the state you live in and maybe even the ...

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  • Estate Planning Considerations for Stay-At-Home Parents
    Estate Planning Considerations for Stay-At-Home Parents

    Most Americans strive to earn a paycheck to support themselves and their families. But stay-at-home parents also provide valuable contributions to their families every day - even if it’s ...

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  • What to Do With Your Loved One’s Controlled Substances After They Die
    What to Do With Your Loved One’s Controlled Substances After They Die

    What to do with your loved one’s prescription drugs when they pass away might not be at the top of your to-do list. But when you do get to the point when you need to decide what to do with these drugs ...

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  • Estate Planning Questions to Consider for Couples With an Age Gap
    Estate Planning Questions to Consider for Couples With an Age Gap

    Planning for the future is important for couples of any age, but especially important if your partner is significantly older or younger than you. This is because the future can look and mean something ...

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