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Estate Planning for Young People

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Chances are that most people do not start thinking about estate planning until they are in their 40s and 50s. After all, by the age of 50, the average American has acquired or is close to acquiring his or her maximum net wealth and is reaching an age when medical issues are starting to… Read More »

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Estate Planning for Snowbirds

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As retirement approaches, your mind may start wandering off to a warm beach, an isolated lake surrounded by wilderness, or downsizing to a small condominium and moving to be close to your children. The majority of people who reach the age of 61 say that they feel free to choose where they want to… Read More »

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What if You And Your Child’s Other Parent Both Die?

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A Prince George’s County, Maryland, couple was killed by the driver of an SUV, who impatiently crossed the center yellow divider to pass two vehicles, then returned to the proper lane when it struck the couple’s car. The 31-year-old mother and 34-year-old-father left behind three young children. They were running an errand for some… Read More »

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Do Not Resuscitate Order

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For some, one of the most important aspects of their estate plan is a Do Not Resuscitate order, more commonly referred to as a DNR. A DNR tells emergency personnel or hospital staff not to attempt revival in the event that you experience respiratory failure or cardiac arrest. You or your healthcare guardian, as… Read More »

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Planning as an Elder Orphan

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When we age, we depend more on children, spouses, other family members, friends, and others in our communities to help us with various projects, chores, and problems. For older people that do not have a large network of family members and others who they can turn to, simple outings such as visiting a doctor,… Read More »

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