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Estate Planning for Millennials

Estate Planning for Millennials

As a Millennial, you might feel like you are too young for estate planning. But the fact is, once you turn 18, you need to have certain documents in order to protect you. Estate planning is not just for your parents or people who have a lot money and real estate....

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Teach Your Children Well

Teach Your Children Well

Currently, Baby Boomers are the wealthiest generation of all time, and they are set to leave their wealth to their children, generally of the X and Y (Millennial) generation. With mounting college loans, and the rising cost of living, Millennials are poised to inherit...

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Trusts for Beginners

Trusts for Beginners

A Trust is one of the safest methods of estate transfer to your designated beneficiaries. It allows another party (the Trustee) to act on your behalf as the authority to your assets. Most people choose to set up a Trust to avoid Probate, and help ease burdens to heirs...

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What is Probate & How We Can Help

What is Probate & How We Can Help

Probate is the legal process by which an estate is settled. Literally speaking, Probate means to “prove” a Will is valid after someone passes away. That means making sure the inheritance goes to the right heirs and that all of the deceased’s wishes are carried out....

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Legacy Planning

Legacy Planning

You’ve worked hard to build what you have. So, it’s only natural that you want to establish and nurture a legacy that will last for years or even decades after you are gone. You are also more than just your name or your estate. You are a caring and giving person, who...

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