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Property Taxes

What Homeowners Should Know About Trust Litigation

As a homeowner, there are many things you do to take care of your home, maintain its value, and plan for future.

Estate Planning

How to Set Up Your Estate for the Future

Creating an estate plan is never something that anyone looks forward to doing. However, you would be remiss to ignore putting all of your wishes in a legally binding document.

Estate Planning

4 Most Common Mistakes when Drafting a Will

Tweet You will find the process of writing a will to be quite straightforward if your estate is small. When you have accumulated a significant amount of wealth, your situation

Retirement Planning

5 Disastrous Retirement Planning Mistakes and How To Avoid Them

A lot of people would rather avoid thinking about retirement. Most people feel unprepared, overwhelmed and overly anxious just by thinking about retirement.

Estate Planning

Estate Sale: Managing Parents’ Money and Final Expenses

Probate is one of the areas of the law that is complex enough to require its own legal specialty. There are so many things to keep track of and so many ways an untrained person can make enormous mistakes it becomes not only vital but mandatory that the person or persons tasked with the disposition of the estate get professional advice.

Estate Planning

Estate Planning is not Only for the Heirs

Estate planning is a crucial part of every person’s life. However, many people are under the impression that such planning is essential only if they own some property.

Financial Planning

5 Ways a Wealth Advisor Can Help You Achieve Financial Success

So, you’ve managed to build yourself a nest egg. Great…now what? Find out if it is enough – will it last for your full retirement life and will it be sufficient during economic ups and downs?

Estate Planning

The Truth About Estate Planning (Wills, Trusts, and Probates)

To ensure that your estate planning goes smoothly, you must understand the basic laws. This post will also correct some common misconceptions perpetuated by the media to consumers.

Estate Planning

5 Estate Planning Tips for Baby Boomers

As people age, they need to think of their long-term future. Not only that, once we get into old age, we should consider our family and what happens to our assets when we die.