May 2016 Archives

Protecting Medicaid benefits with a special needs trust

In a recent post, we examined a few of the factors that you will want to take into consideration when setting up a trust. Those factors include who the beneficiary is, how much control you want to have, and what you want the trust to do. If you are interested, you can read that post in full by clicking here.

Three reasons single parents need estate plans

Many people assume that estate planning is unnecessary unless one is wealthy. Consequently, if you are a single parent, you may think that you do not need a will or trust. However, in reality, estate planning accomplishes several goals other than distribution of assets. Because of this, single parents can greatly benefit from it.

Factors to consider when creating a trust

If you have assets and property you want to protect, one way to do that is by creating a trust. A trust allows you to establish ownership of property outside of yourself as a way to shield the benefits of the trust from certain actions.

Parents: Be kind to your children and create an estate plan

Too many people think that estate planning is all about money and assets. Of course these things will be a top priority when it comes to making your will or establishing a trust, but there is another critical aspect of this process: protecting your loved ones.

Prince's estate: More at stake than diamonds and pearls

Music fans across the world were devastated by the recent news that iconic entertainer Prince unexpectedly passed away. Friends, colleagues, musicians, fans and loved ones have shared countless stories about how the superstar touched, improved and/or affected their lives, but now the stories are becoming less about what we knew about Prince and more about what we don't know.

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