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  • How to Include Real Estate With a Mortgage in Your Estate Plan
    How to Include Real Estate With a Mortgage in Your Estate Plan

    Your mortgage, like the rest of your debt, does not simply disappear when you die. If you leave your home that has an outstanding loan to a beneficiary in your will or trust, your beneficiary will ...

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  • How to Stop Procrastinating and Finally Follow Through on Your Estate Planning Resolution
    How to Stop Procrastinating and Finally Follow Through on Your Estate Planning Resolution

    Creating or revising an estate plan can feel overwhelming, causing many people to procrastinate. But the longer you put it off, the more potential there is to be caught unprepared in an emergency. So ...

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  • Should You Hire a Probate and Trust Administration Attorney or an Estate Planning Attorney?
    Should You Hire a Probate and Trust Administration Attorney or an Estate Planning Attorney?

    Estate planning attorneys and probate and trust administration attorneys play crucial but distinct roles in the legal processes involving legacy planning, asset distribution, and wealth preservation. ...

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  • How to Include Your End-Of-Life Wishes in Your Estate Plan
    How to Include Your End-Of-Life Wishes in Your Estate Plan

    When people think about estate planning, they usually focus on who will receive their money and property when they pass away and how it will be received. However, estate planning can also address your ...

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  • Is a Testamentary Trust Right for My Estate Plan?
    Is a Testamentary Trust Right for My Estate Plan?

    You have several different options when it comes to creating the right estate plan. Some people believe that a revocable living trust is the best way to go, while others think that a last will and ...

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  • Is a Survivor’s Trust Right for My Estate Plan?
    Is a Survivor’s Trust Right for My Estate Plan?

    Many married couples share almost everything, including finances. This may be reflected in their estate plan by using one joint living trust instead of two separate trusts. Separate trusts can provide ...

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