Wills

Wills

Is there a way to avoid estate taxes?

As you get deeper and deeper into the estate planning process, you will inevitably begin to recognize opportunities to avoid (or mitigate) expenses against your estate. Taking action to settle liabilities before your death, covering your funeral costs and avoiding...

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Should I put my child’s name on my deed?

Figuring out what to do with property can be one of the stickiest aspects of estate planning. Property often gets stuck in probate for years, which is why comprehensive planning before the fact is paramount. In their quest to avoid probate, some estate planners...

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What if I die without a will?

Most people are aware that it is smart to have comprehensive estate planning in place prior to death. However, do you know what actually occurs if you die without a will? Dying without a will is dying “intestate.” If this happens, it means that your estate is now...

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