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Estate Planning For A Relative With Special Needs

Estate planning is a challenge, especially when done on behalf of a child or other relative with special needs. There are different considerations involved and therefore different objectives compared to standard estate planning. If you have a child or loved one with a disability or mental limitation, you should...

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Qualities of a Successful Estate Executor

Choosing an executor is one of the most important decisions you will make as you create your comprehensive estate plan. The executor’s responsibilities are numerous and must be fulfilled diligently if your estate is to be properly managed. Not everyone is up to the task or even willing to serve as...

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What Constitutes A Breach Of Fiduciary Duty?

Executors, trustees, and other individuals who play a role in estate planning are required to exercise what are known as fiduciary duties. These obligations are among the most serious, so violating them can mean major repercussions. Whether you’re a fiduciary or someone who benefits from an estate, it’s critical to understand the...

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How will divorce impact my estate plan?

As you anticipate or go through the divorce, you realize how cumbersome it can be. In addition to the complexity of separating your life from your spouse’s, there is also a mountain of paperwork that comes with it. In addition to the paperwork as you negotiate your divorce, you may realize that your divorce will...
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