Estate Planning Articles And Tips

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One of the most delicate aspects of dealing with a person’s will is determining if there is undue influence on the elderly when it comes to their trust, will, or Special Power of Attorney (SPA).

 

Undue influence occurs when someone exerts pressure on the testator, the person making a will, SPA, or trust, to the point that the contents of the will do not serve the best interests of the testator but of the person who is exerting undue influence.

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A lot of people have the misconception that only seniors at the end of their lives or people with serious illnesses should prepare for the inevitable: death. 

 

In truth, everyone who has children and/ or real estate property, businesses, and other kinds of assets should take the initiative to do estate planning the soonest time possible.

This is why the idea of estate planning for a single parent isn’t as crazy a one as many believe. By preparing such a critical arrangement, a single parent ensures that his or her child’s future is protected and insured. Read more.

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One cannot overemphasize the importance of healthcare directives in ensuring that a person receives proper healthcare in the event of sudden incapacity due to an accident or adverse mental or medical condition.

 

By having these vital legal documents, the person, his or her family, and the medical attendants will know exactly how the person should be cared for if the worst case happens. Read more.

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If you’re currently considering family financial and estate planning, including planning for incapacity, to help protect your family’s financial stability, you’re definitely on the right track. In today’s world, such forward-thinking can be considered a rarity, as many people fail to safeguard their family’s future while they still can.

 

Among the critical aspects of any financial planning exercise is laying down the foundation for a family’s financial security in case the breadwinner suddenly suffers from a debilitating illness or injury. Read more.

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If you’re currently thinking about blended family financial planning, we have a few tips you should consider. Unlike the typical financial planning procedure, planning for your blended family’s financial future entails unique challenges that you have to hurdle for it to become a success. As you’re essentially two distinct families united into a blended household, you have to find common grounds for your different beliefs, values, parenting styles, and finances.

Here are 8 essential tips from an estate lawyer that you must remember when planning for your blended family’s finances and future. Read more.

 

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