Estate Planning

Your Will Is The Core Of Estate Planning

An estate plan is a legal system for the disposal of your property upon your death. It recognizes your wishes, such as those regarding the care of minors, and it legally minimizes taxes. It can take into account your views regarding future medical care; for example, it may state you have no wish to have your life sustained by a life support machine. Estate planning may or may not involve tax planning. The single most important document associated with estate planning is a wil…

Last Will And Testament Considerations

Interest in a Last Will and Testament and other end of life planning documents skyrocketed during the coverage of Terri Schiavo’s case, but interest didn’t always lead to action. It isn’t that people laugh at the importance of preparing for the unexpected; they blame procrastination and laziness.

A Living Will Could Save Family Financial Ruin

You don’t need to be an economics major to figure out that if health care is going up 10% or more every year while income is only going up 4%, things are looking too good. It is entirely possible for a person to work their entire life and retire with a nest egg of $200,000 or more only to have it wiped out by one major medical issue. This is especially the case when machines must be used to keep you alive due to a severe injury or illness. It is in tragic times like these tha…

The Woeful Inadequacies of Traditional Estate Planning: The Four Critical Questions You Need To Ask Yourself

When I mention the words, estate planning, most people think of meeting with an attorney and drafting legal documents. Traditionally, those documents include a will, durable power of attorney, health care proxy and perhaps a trust. After you draft these documents, you meet to sign them, then you put them somewhere “safe,” cut a check to the attorney and breathe a sigh of relief because you finally have things covered. All is well and your estate is perfectly in order, right? WRONG!

7 Common Mistakes of Estate Planning

The most common mistake when it comes to estate planning is not getting around to doing it at all. Make sure that you take the time to plan at least the financial portion of your estate so that you leave your loved ones behind with some amount of security.


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