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What Does the Role of Estate Executor Entail?

At some point in your life, there’s a good chance you’ll be tasked with acting as the executor of an estate.
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Can Elder Financial Abuse Be Stopped?

The financial exploitation of elderly people comes at a great cost: It costs victims as much as $36.5 billion each year, according to the National Council on Aging. It can also be more difficult to detect than physical abuse and neglect because it’s often done by family members, trusted friends and caregivers.
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Can You Refuse an Inheritance?

What happens if you are named an heir in an estate but you don’t want it? Does it go the person’s children if you reject the inheritance?
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Can I Change My Estate Plan During Divorce?

At such an emotional time, more paperwork is probably the last thing you want on your to-do list. However, taking a few key steps is critical to your financial future.
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How to Approach Parents about Estate Planning

If you have a parent over the age of, say, 65, thoughts about their future may have started to creep into your mind. However, because end-of-life planning can be emotional and overwhelming, it’s tempting to put these conversations off—and even more pleasing to avoid them altogether.
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Is Estate Planning Really That Important?

Over 50% of our adult population (120 million adults) neither have nor realize the significance of having an up-to-date estate plan to protect themselves and their family’s assets. Mountain Times’ recent article entitled “Do you need an estate plan?” explains that estate and gift planning is a process that can protect you and your family.…
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Why Should I Update My Estate Plan?

Estate planning is making decisions today for what you want to happen in the future.
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Do You Need an Estate Plan or Will?

Have you thought about how you'd like your family to continue after you're gone? Having an estate plan isn't just for the ultra-wealthy.
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How Long Is Probate?

Probate is a legal process wherein a court oversees the settlement of an estate after the owner passes.
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