Tag: Estate Planning

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Webinar: Estate Planning for Your Whole Family

Do you have a plan for what would happen if you got sick or couldn’t make your own decisions? Do the other adults in your family have their affairs in order? If you and your family members don’t feel prepared, you are not alone.

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Honey, Have You Seen the Car Keys?

We lose important things all the time. While losing the remote control may not be the end of the world, losing your will, power of attorney, or health care proxy can be devastating to you and your loved ones.

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Mental Capacity Requirements in Estate Planning

A primary requirement when signing a legal document, including a Last Will and Testament or other estate planning tool, is that the person signing must have sufficient mental capacity or competency to understand the document he or she is signing.

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Estate Planning Procrastination

There are many reasons why people don’t want to do wills, health care proxies or powers of attorney — all the important documents you need to help protect you, your assets and your family.

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