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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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Questions to Ask When Hiring a Special Needs Planning Attorney in Virginia

When you have a child with special needs or disabilities, there are many decisions that need to be made regarding his or her future security and physical care. All parents want to protect their children, and those who have kids … 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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Attorney Suspended for Charging Excessive Fees for Medicaid and Veterans Benefit Planning to Pay Long-Term Care Costs

Kansas’s highest court suspended for six months an attorney who, among other things, charged a couple three times the going rate to qualify for public benefits based upon financial need from the Veterans Administration (VA) and Medicaid. In the Matter … Continue reading

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