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Life and Estate Planning – Part 1

  • October 19, 2015

We have all heard of tragic stories about fortunes lost or families torn apart upon a family member’s death or incapacity, often due to no or poor planning. So, why doesn’t everyone have their affairs in order? Human nature. It is human nature to avoid unpleasant topics and experiences, such as disability and death. No one thinks it will happen to them. But every man, woman...

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Life and Estate Planning – Part II

  • October 19, 2015

Power of Attorney Life and Estate planning is not just about what happens at death. Who will pay your bills or manage your affairs if you become disabled, temporarily or for an extended period? Either you will have appointed the back-up decision-makers who you know and trust as part of a proper Life and Estate Plan, or by default, the court system will appoint and supervise the...

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Life and Estate Planning – Part III

  • October 19, 2015

Wills and Trusts With the New Year already in full swing there is no better time to start planning for the future now. The Life and Estate Planning series has been a basic guideline, intended to provide useful information on common issues and goals encountered by a typical individual or family. So with this final installment, which covers Wills and Trusts, I encourage you to ma...

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