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How to Avoid Giving Estate to Your Ex

State laws generally make it so that once a married couple is divorced, ex-spouses lose all property rights.
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Can You Keep Your Children from Inheriting Your Money?

I’ve decided I no longer want to leave my estate to my children. They are ungrateful brats. How can I set things up to give my money to charity when I die?
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What are the Most Common Estate Planning Mistakes?

With apologies to poet Robert Burns, the best-laid estate plans of women and men sometimes go awry.
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What’s the Difference between Probate Assets and Non-Probate Assets?

Non-probate assets are those assets which do not go into an estate when the owner dies.
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What are the Advantages of Putting an Estate in a Modern Directed Trust?

Modern trusts can be drafted, and existing trusts can be modified, to provide flexibility allowing a family the ability to navigate an unknown future and preserve family legacies intergenerationally.
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Can a Trust Be Created to Protect a Pet?

Based on a recent survey by the American Pet Products Association, as of 2020, 70% of households in the U.S. have pets—about 90.5 million households.
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Update on Transfer Taxes for 2022

Despite the various proposals to lower federal transfer tax (estate, gift and GST taxes) exemptions and increase the tax rates, none of them were enacted in 2021.
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Will Moving to a New State Impact My Estate Planning?

However, if you are retired and no longer generating employment income, you should make sure you weigh the financial implications of any potential move.
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What’s the First Step in Estate Planning?

For young professionals finding their way in the world and just beginning the journey of building wealth, death can seem like a far-off abstraction. However, the cold reality is that no one ever knows what’s around the corner — health problems and freak accidents can happen at virtually any time.
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Should I Place My Home in a Trust?

Part of being a responsible homeowner is having a proper estate plan in place. After all, considering the home is generally the largest asset most people own, it's prudent to ensure this asset is passed to the people you wish to leave it to.
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