Commonly Overlooked Tools for Incapacity Planning

/ By: Deborah Sexton, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: General

This is an article from Hook Law Center (www.hooklawcenter.com) in Virginia Beach, Virginia, that we thought others may find helpful. Every individual should have a plan for when they can no longer make decisions for...

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Why Unmarried Couples Need Estate Planning

/ By: Deborah Sexton, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: General

This is an article from Hunter Law Office (www.hunterlawoffice.net) in Fishers, Indiana, that we thought others may find helpful. Ward and June Cleaver are no longer the symbol of the American family. More adults are...

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When Should You Start Your Inheritance Planning?

/ By: Deborah Sexton, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: General

This is an article from Kulas Law Group (www.kulaslaw.com) in Port St. Lucie, Florida, that we thought others may find helpful. Procrastination has always been the enemy of sound planning. It’s been true throughout history,...

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Being the Executor of a Will Left by Your Parents

/ By: Deborah Sexton, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: General

This is an article from the Northern California Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law (https://www.norcalplanners.com/) in Roseville, California, that we thought others may find helpful. In many cases, when a parent dies the family...

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