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How Do You Gift Your House to Your Children during Your Lifetime?

There are many ways to pass property on to children, including gifting the family home to them while you are still alive, bequeathing it to the children upon your passing, or selling the residence to your heirs.
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Prince Philip’s Will: Are Royals Different than Regular People?

Should the Royal family be an exception to the normal laws governing probate?
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What is the Purpose of an ILIT?

Life insurance is a sophisticated financial product, with as many variations and permutations as there are creative insurance companies (there are many) and creative insurance planners (there are even more).
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Do I Have to Pay Off My Spouse's Debts After They Die?

Losing your spouse is a painful, confusing time, but add to that repeated calls from an aggressive debt collector and a bad situation suddenly can get even worse.
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Is It Ever Too Late to Talk to Family About Money?

Even those who have saved and invested well may not be sharing their financial information with a spouse or loved one. It’s time to do that now.
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What’s the Best Way to Mess Up an Estate Plan?

Here are the top five mistakes people make that upend their planning.
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When Should a Trust Be Reviewed?

Many people are under the impression that since they have a trust, they don’t need to do anything else. That’s not true. The trust you created years ago may not be appropriate for you now.
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Who Should I Name as Trustee?

You created your revocable living trust to hold your assets. You did so because of the probate avoidance and other benefits. You may have included sophisticated tax-planning provisions in your trust.
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How Do I Handle My Parents' Healthcare Needs as They Age?

If you're a caregiver for a loved one, you have a lot on your plate. However, one of the most difficult tasks — especially if they have any health conditions — may be figuring out how best to communicate with their medical team.
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Do Grandchildren Get Some of the Estate If Their Dad Dies before Me?

What if parents have wills and their contingent beneficiaries are their two adult children. If one of the adult children dies before the parents, who gets that contingent beneficiary’s share?
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