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Real Estate Investments Require Special Attnention

All real estate investors need to consider what to do with all of their real estate assets when estate planning. After all, the last thing you want is to have your will end up in probate court, where it could be years before your estate settles. With that in mind, here are some options on how to include real estate investments in your will.

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Inheritable assets

Some Celebrities are Heirs to Fortunes

While some celebrities have mustered up a fortune of their own – whether it be through their acting careers or foray into creating signature perfumes – some of Hollywood’s biggest names are actually the heiresses to even bigger players in the entertainment world and beyond.

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What Happens When a Will Is Challenged?

Sometimes beneficiaries end up not receiving their assets. Beneficiaries often lose out because the estate planning wasn’t done properly, but sometimes another family member contests the decedent’s will.

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Aging Parents Grow Stubborn and They Admit It?

Aging parents grow stubborn, and researchers are uncovering the reasons why.

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Revocable Trust Agreement

Why Is Trust Funding Important in Estate Planning?

If you have updated your estate plan during the Covid crisis and even found a way to sign your documents while maintaining social distance, do not overlook the last step of trust funding.

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Estate planning steps

Are People Avoiding Estate Planning in the Pandemic?

We found that Covid-19 had a significant impact on Americans’ sense of personal readiness, with 65% saying that coronavirus made them realize the importance of sharing important information with family. Around the same amount of people (64%) noted that planning for the future was more important than ever and half (50%) said the pandemic made them realize how unprepared they were for a serious emergency.

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Estate Planning and Probate Planning

Probate is the court process to distribute someone’s estate after their death, even if there is a will and is notoriously slow in California.

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Missouri Revocable Trust

That Last Step: Trust Funding

If you have updated your estate plan during the Covid crisis and even found a way to sign your documents while maintaining social distance, do not overlook the last step of trust funding.

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Long-term planning

Can I Get Paid to Be a Caregiver for a Family Member?

Caregiving for a family member can be time-consuming and emotionally draining. It can also be financially draining.

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Professional Advisors

What’s Long-Term Care Insurance?

According to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), roughly 50% of those aged 65 will need long-term care (LTC) one day. Long-term care insurance covers things not normally covered by regular medical insurance. This includes nursing home, assisted living or home care for those who need it, due to chronic conditions like dementia or other disabilities.

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