Estate Planning

Inheritance

    Inheritance
Inheritance is the term used to describe the property that passes to an decedents heirs through intestacy.  The term, inheritance, is often confused by most people with the general descent
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Living Trust v. Will

Both a living trust and a will allow an individual to set the terms for the distribution of their property after they die. It is crucial to understand the difference
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Retirement Calculator

If you are nearing retirement age and thinking about how you will afford the cost of living upon leaving the workforce, or you are in your early 20s and just
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Irrevocable Trust

An irrevocable trust is a non-testamentary document that is created, in lieu or in conjunction, with a will.  Irrevocable trusts are those trust that may not be re-claimed by the
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Revocable Trust

A Revocable trust is a non-testamentary document that is created, in lieu or in conjunction, with a will. Revocable trusts
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Estate Planning Checklist

  When you are planning for retirement, the possibility of elder care, and death it is important to have an
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Estate Planning Lawyer Accused in $8.5 Million Ponzi Scheme

A financial-planning and estate planning lawyer in Philadelphia, his father and a number of investment brokers in New Jersey are being accused
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Revocable Living Trust

What is a revocable living trust?A revocable living trust is an alternative to a will that provides for the disbursements
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Living Will Explained

An individual may enter into a vegetative state due to a progressive terminal illness or an unfortunate and tragic accident.
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Estate Planning Explained

Estate planning is an undertaking that is done by many to ensure that a person's possessions and assets are appropriately passed down and distributed to family members and relatives. Estate
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