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Estate Planning

Should inheritances be a surprise?

Talking to your loved ones about what they will inherit when you pass away can be an awkward conversation. Your friends and family may not want to think about your eventual death, and you may not know how to explain to your loved ones how you decided to allocate your...

Am I too young for an estate plan?

Writing a will and creating an estate plan often seems like something that can wait. Unlike taxes, there is no solid deadline for filing. An estate plan is a valuable tool for communicating your legacy to your loved ones. When you put together a comprehensive estate...

When aging at home is not working

Living at home suggests a certain amount of autonomy and independence. As loved ones age, they are often reluctant to leave home because where they live is an integral part of who they are. As your family gets older, their care often becomes more complex. For some, it...

What debt dies with me?

We live in an age in which taking on debt is more common than previous times. Where debt used to be limited to the purchase of homes and vehicles, many families now accumulate debt for smaller, less significant purchases. In today’s world, you can make payments on...

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