Tag Archives: Estate

Smart tips for choosing a real estate agent

By Michael H. WassermanSelling your home in Chicago? Hiring the right real estate agent can make a huge difference. So, how do you find a good fit?Most folks ask friends for their recommendations for agents—and you can ask us too. … Continue reading

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Estate Planning for Childless Individuals

One primary reason some people do estate planning is that they want to leave a legacy for their children. However, individuals or married couples without children can still benefit from creating an estate plan. In some cases, it’s even more … Continue reading

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Why Millennials are Estate Planning Early

For most millennials, the thought of taking responsibility for end-of-life financial planning is a daunting if not unfathomable task. Estate planners acknowledge the hurdle between personal financial planning and estate or trust formation for purpose of end-of-life distribution of assets … Continue reading

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Florida Anti Lapse law, estate planning and potential will contest environments

Florida Anti-Lapse Statute When preparing a Will, it is assumed that the beneficiaries that you name will outlive you. If you expect someone to die before you, it would not make sense to leave any of your wealth and assets … Continue reading

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Let’s kick discrimination out of real estate

By Michael H. WassermanDiscrimination is an ugly, pervasive problem. Even in real estate. We have come a long way over the course of American history, but we still have some work to do, especially in Chicago. As with any problem, … Continue reading

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