Estate Planning

Plan for your future today. Learn the specific estate planning documents you need to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Can a Revocable Trust be a Sole Member of an LLC?

To pass your property on to beneficiaries cost-effectively when you die, consider combining a revocable trust with an LLC. It's surprisingly simple.

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Updating Beneficiary Designations: Why It's So Important

When you sign up for a life insurance policy or a retirement account, you name a beneficiary to receive the proceeds of the policy when the…

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Understanding Probate Lawyer Fees

While not every estate needs a probate lawyer, having an experienced attorney as an ally can be a big help to an executor or administrator – but how…

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Trust Mills: What to Watch Out For

If you've never heard of a trust mill, consider yourself lucky, but also be wary. There's a growing segment of trust “advisors” trying to convince…

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Revising Your Estate Plan After Divorce

After a divorce, your estate plan will undoubtedly change. It is important to consider changing your will, living trust, power of attorney documents…

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Property You Should Not Include in Your Last Will

You want to make sure you have all your assets covered, but did you know that not all property can be bequeathed through a last will and testament?

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Planning Ahead for the End

Having a last will or living trust is a stellar example of not only planning for the end, but helping protect loved ones. Some folks, however—…

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Oklahoma Last Will and Testament

Oklahoma has specific laws that affect how a last will is used when you pass away. Find out more about the specific laws that affect last wills in…

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How Long Does Probate Take?

Whether you're an executor, administrator, or heir to a probate estate, you probably want to know—just how long is this going to take? Read on.

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How to File a Quit Claim Deed in Florida

Here's what you need to know to file a quit claim deed in The Sunshine State.

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