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Estate Planning Archives

Overcoming the reluctance of filing a living will

No one wants to think about a life that will someday end, let alone plan for it. Regardless of health issues and their severity, the prospect of facing mortality is often too much for people to cope with. Emotion gets in the way and often delays the need to take much needed, proactive steps.

Simple steps to begin an estate plan

Indeed, August is not the ideal time to begin resolutions. After all, most people are set in their ways when the last month of the summer comes along. This is probably why “New Year’s resolutions” are so popular. But like promises to eat better, lose weight or stave off other bad habits, it is never too early to start an estate plan.  The problem most people have is simply getting started.

The persistence of the woman claiming to be Dali’s daughter

Maria Pila Abel is taking great lengths to prove that her father was a famous surrealist painter best known for The Persistence of Memory, a 1931 classic featuring melting clocks in a desert landscape. Born in 1956, she alleges that Salvador Dali and her mother – who worked for a family near Dali’s Cadaques, Spain, home – had an affair.

Hiding in plain sight: Elderly financial abuse within a family

The elderly are besieged with scams as close as their front doors, particularly over the summer months. So-called window salespeople, alleged stockbrokers, and supposed in-home care “professionals” prey on older people. These unfriendly neighborhood con artists” offer “services” too good to be true.

The importance of naming primary and secondary beneficiaries

One of the greatest benefits of estate planning for you and your loved ones is not only documenting your wishes, but also ensuring that your goals are carried out without additional heartache and financial burden. Effective estate planning allows you to not only provide you peace of mind, but also to those you select to receive your property without unnecessary delays.

Is congressional inaction a reason to delay estate planning?

Estate planning is considered an important step that is best taken sooner rather than later. However, when tax policies are in flux because of a new White House administration, important decisions are put on hold for all the right and all the wrong reasons.

Protection of an asset most valuable for a family

U.S. Coast Guard veteran Albert Frost died on his 100th birthday, leaving behind a variety of assets and possessions. One in particular not only had sentimental value to Frost’s beneficiaries, but could also attract a pretty penny for collectors of such memorabilia.

Estate planning in a digital age

With instances of hacking garnering banner headlines, internet security has become a prominent issue. Complex passwords, impenetrable firewalls and other weapons are growing in their sophistication to combat the growing and sinister efforts to access confidential information.

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