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Lifetime QTIP Trusts – The Gift That Keeps Giving

Posted on: November 18th, 2014
Estate planning for married couples can be tricky when one spouse is significantly wealthier than the other and each spouse wants different beneficiaries to ultimately inherit their estate. One solution to this problem is the Lifetime QTIP Trust....

How to Minimize Legal Fees After Death

Posted on: October 16th, 2014
Death is a costly business. Aside from funeral expenses, legal fees can take a big chunk out of how much is left for your loved ones after you’re gone. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Careful planning can minimize the legal fees your loved ones will pay after you die. Here’s how: ...

If You Die Without a Will, Does Your Spouse Inherit Your Entire Estate?

Posted on: October 14th, 2014
If you are married and you die without a Last Will and Testament, you may mistakenly believe that your spouse will still inherit your entire estate. Not so fast. Who will inherit your estate depends on several different factors:...

Lifetime QTIP Trusts – The Gift That Keeps Giving

Posted on: October 8th, 2014
Estate planning for married couples can be tricky when one spouse is significantly wealthier than the other and each spouse wants different beneficiaries to ultimately inherit their estate. One solution to this problem is the Lifetime QTIP Trust....

Does Your Revocable Living Trust Reduce Your Estate Tax Bill?

Posted on: October 7th, 2014
Many people believe that once they set up and fund a revocable living trust, property held in the trust will avoid estate taxes after they die. In reality, this may or may not be true depending on your choice of beneficiaries and the terms written into your trust agreement....

Will Your Revocable Living Trust Protect Your Assets Against Lawsuits?

Posted on: October 6th, 2014
WARNING: Many people believe once they set up a Revocable Living Trust and transfer assets into the Trust, those assets are protected from lawsuits. This is absolutely not true. While Trusts commonly provide asset protection for beneficiaries, few Trusts protect assets owned by the person who created the Trust. ...
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