Guardianship

Monday, November 13, 2017

How to Plan for he Unforeseen


The New York Times published an article by Paul Sullivan entitled, "How to Plan for the Unforeseen" (Oc 08, 2017). Provided below is a brief summary of the article published at nytimes.


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Monday, June 19, 2017

When you should establish an IRA as a trust


Financial-Planning.com published an article by Ed Slott entitled, "When you should establish an IRA as a trust" (May 31, 2017). Provided below is a brief summary of the article published at Financial-Planning.
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Monday, March 6, 2017

PLANNING MATTERS: Why you need an Estate Plan


Wickedlocal.com published an article by Leanna Hamill entitled, "PLANNING MATTERS: Why you need an Estate Plan" (Feb 7, 2017). Provided below is a brief summary of the article published at Wickedlocal.
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Monday, February 20, 2017

Proper Estate Planning More Than Just Documents


Poughkeepsiejournal.com published an article by Bernard A. Krooks entitled, 


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Monday, January 9, 2017

New Year’s Resolution: Plan to Plan


TheTimesHerald.com published an article by Matthew Wallace entitled, "New Year's Resolution: Plan to Plan" (Jan 2, 2017). Provided below is a brief summary of the article published at TheTimesHerald.
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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Considerations for Choosing a Guardian


How can I select the right guardians for my children?

Becoming a parent is a joyous experience, but also one that requires planning for the future. One question new parents often ask is "who will take care of my children if I die?" For this reason, it is essential for new parents to create a will, which is the only way you can select guardians for your children.

While naming guardians seems straightforward, couples may not agree, and the interpersonal dynamics among family members can be complicated. Nonetheless, it is critical for each parent to communicate openly, explore their values, overcome any disagreements and reach a consensus. By planning ahead, and carefully considering your options, choosing the right guardians can make a big difference in the life of your children.
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Monday, December 26, 2016

Estate Planning for Special Needs


Forbes.com published an article entitled, "Estate Planning for Special Needs" (Nov 7, 2016). Provided below is a brief summary of the article from Forbes.
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Monday, December 12, 2016

The Most Important Estate Planning Issue Boomers Need to Address


Kelley Long (Forbes.com) published an article entitled, "The Most Important Estate Planning Issue Boomers Need to Address" (May 08, 2016). Provided below is a brief summary of the article from Forbes.
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Monday, November 7, 2016

The Cost of an Unprepared Estate


Prince George Citizen has recently published an article entitled, "The Cost of an Unprepared Estate" (Oct 17, 2016). Provided below is a brief summary to the article:

The Cost of an Unprepared Estate

British Columbia has more people turning 50 years old today than at any other time in history.


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Friday, April 1, 2016

Florida Passes New Guardianship Laws to Protect Vulnerable Seniors


Florida’s guardianship laws are in place to protect vulnerable seniors and disabled adults from further physical and/or financial harm. Guardianship is a process through which a close family member or friend assumes the role of ensuring the health, safety and well-being of the “ward.
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Monday, August 18, 2014

Eight Common Estate Planing Objectives Of Married Couples

Lewis Saret (Forbes.com) has published an article entitled Eight Common Estate Planning Objectives Of Married Couples” (May 13, 2014). Provided below is a summary of the article from Forbes.com:

 

Eight Common Estate Planing Objectives Of Married Couples

If you asked 10 different couples what their estate planning objectives are, you would probably receive 10 different answers.

Upon deeper probing, you would discover that most married couples share the same basic estate planning objectives.

Knowing these objectives help both the couple and their estate planner determine what might be the best way to structure their estate plan. 

The most important estate planning objective for most married couples is to ensure that their loved ones are provided for if one or both spouses become incapacitated or pass away.

To accomplish a couple's estate planning objectives in a cost-effective manner inherently requires that future expenses be taken into consideration as well as the cost and time spent implementing the estate plan.

To read the 8 Common Estate Planning Objectives go to "Eight Common Estate Planning Objectives Of Married Couples" By Lewis Saret (Forbes.com).  

 


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