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12 Steps to Estate Planning for Elderly Parents

12 Steps to Estate Planning for Elderly Parents

We’re all aging every day, and this includes our parents. Thinking or talking about our parents’ passing can be hard. However, as they’re getting older, you might find yourself in a difficult position when you attempt to handle their financial and healthcare demands. ...
A Guide to Estate Planning: Incapacity

A Guide to Estate Planning: Incapacity

Estate Planning: Logan and Tara’s Story Logan Rause was a young, healthy, and outgoing 28 year-old who had a bright outlook on his future. He had just landed an amazing new job as a Project Manager for a local construction company, purchased a brand new house in his...
Estate Planning 101: Incapacity

Estate Planning 101: Incapacity

Today, we’re going to talk about incapacitation and how a Durable Power of Attorney can avoid a Guardianship proceeding. First, let’s clarify some terms. Definitions  The term “incapacitated person” includes an adult individual who, because of a physical or mental...
What is Estate Planning? The Basics

What is Estate Planning? The Basics

Estate planning can be a tedious, complex, and a bit overwhelming process. In simple terms, estate planning describes the process in which you make a plan for how you want to divide your property (i.e., your “estate”) after your death. However, estate planning not...
Estate Planning 101: Incapacity

Best Practice for Estate Planning

Reality about Estate Planning Nobody likes to think about death–we all know it is inevitable, but it certainly isn’t a dinner-friendly conversation to have with your friends and family. Estate planning involves having those uncomfortable conversations with your...
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