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Estate Planning

3 vital elements of a strong estate plan

Most people believe all they need to complete their estate planning process is a properly written will. However, this is not always the case. A good estate plan should avoid probate, protect your assets, save on taxes and designate someone to act on your behalf should...

Why new parents need an estate plan

It’s very easy to assume that, as a new parent, you’re a long way from needing an estate plan. Yes, you now have an heir to whom you eventually want to pass your assets, but that’s decades in the future. Your heir isn’t even a year old yet. You feel like you can...

When should I get my first will?

Typically, the younger you are, the less you think about planning your will and other estate planning documents. Often, estate planning feels like something that can wait for another time and might be only for people who already have a great deal of wealth. As you get...

Can a detailed estate plan reduce stress?

Creating an estate plan is one of those tasks that you know you should do, but it can get easy to put off. There is no firm timeline for your estate plan, so you may not feel pressure to complete it. You already know that your estate plan is how you can pass on your...

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