Estate Planning

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

Can Your Power of Attorney Change Your Living Trust?

Your power of attorney can only make changes to your living trust if you specifically grant them that authority.

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How Divorce Affects Your Estate Plan

A final divorce decree settles the financial and legal issues between you and your ex, but it doesn't change your estate planning documents. Find out…

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Why You Should Consider Creating a Testamentary Trust

Testamentary trusts are common estate planning tools for those with minor children. Find out whether this type of trust is right for your situation…

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Who Should Be Your Successor Trustee?

A competent and reliable successor trustee can help achieve your goals and provide continuity of management

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When Your Digital Existence Outlives You: How to Manage the Digital Afterlife

So much of modern life happens online, but most people don't have a plan for managing their digital accounts and assets if they're no longer able to…

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Important Documents to Have a Medical/Financial Say for Your College-Bound Child

If your child has a serious accident or illness at college, you may not be able to talk to doctors or be involved in your child's care without the…

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Why Business Owners Need to Stay on Top of Their Estate Plans

An estate plan helps preserve the value of your business, but many small business owners don't have one.

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An Estate Planning Guide for Women

Here are some basic estate planning considerations for all women, whether you're unmarried, married, have children, or not.

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If You're a Single Parent, Here Are the Documents You Need to Keep Your Family Safe

Estate planning for the single parent involves many important considerations. Read on to learn more about the documents you need to keep your family…

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Estate Planning & Young Adults - What to Consider

It isn't just for the elderly or people with a lot of money—No matter how old you are there are good reasons why everyone should have an estate plan.

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