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Disposition of Remains Options and Pre-Paying for Burial Sites

Many individuals find it difficult to plan for their death. Despite the discomfort, making adequate plans regarding your burial and funeral arrangements can save your surviving loved ones a lot of stress when you're gone. The “disposition of remains” is an essential aspect of estate planning that allows you to provide detailed instructions about your preferred final arrangements and what should happen to your remains.
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Dispelling Estate Planning Myths

Most people associate the term “estate planning” with death, which is probably why so many people put off creating an estate plan until they reach a certain age or fall seriously ill.
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Common Estate Disputes

Following a person's death, estate settlement or administration is usually required to distribute the decedent's estate and assets to the rightful inheritors and settle their final affairs. However, the estate administration process doesn't always unfold seamlessly. Disputes and conflicts may occur between surviving loved ones or with the executor. A knowledgeable estate planning attorney can educate you about some common estate disputes as well as possible resolutions.
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Estate Planning Checklist

Estate planning can be defined as the legal process through which you decide how your finances and other assets will be handled after you pass.
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Understanding Pour-Over Wills

Estate planning is a complex process that helps accomplish many goals, including preparing for your future and ensuring that your loved ones are taken care of in the event of your death. A pour-over will could be a great addition to your estate plan. However, many people do not understand what a pour-over will is.
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Differences Between Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

Even if you know you need an estate plan in place, it’s often hard to know exactly what documents you’ll need and how to set them up to ensure your loved ones are taken care of after you pass away. Most people begin estate planning by writing a simple will, and while this is a great first step, it often won’t give you the protections and flexibility that a trust can.
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Differences Between a Will and a Trust

If you are thinking about creating an estate plan, you have probably come across such terms as “will” and “trust.” However, you may not understand the difference between a will and trust.
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What Is a Gun Trust and Do I Need One?

When it comes to estate planning, many people are familiar with trusts as a way to safeguard and transfer property such as real estate and investments. A gun trust is a separate entity all together and another valuable tool that offers tremendous advantages. Its benefits apply not only after your death, but also during your lifetime.
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5 Reasons Estate Planning Can’t Wait

Let’s face it – talking about death isn’t exactly the most enjoyable topic. Most people like to imagine it happens when one is old, wrinkly, and sleeping soundly while snuggled in bed.
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