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Does Your Retirement Plan Include Relocating?

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Does Your Retirement Plan Include Relocating? The answer will definitely surprise you: Sioux Falls, South Dakota. According to a new…

Could Aging in Place Work for You?

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Could Aging in Place Work for You? The ultimate goal of aging in place is avoiding a move to an…

The Positive Death Movement

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The Positive Death Movement Death has typically been a taboo subject in our culture. We all know that it will…

Oregon Gives You Control Over Transfer of Digital Assets and Accounts

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Oregon Gives You Control Over Transfer of Digital Assets and Accounts So much of our business and personal lives is…

Is it Time to Update My Estate Plan?

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Is it Time to Update My Estate Plan? There are many reasons to review and update your will and other…

Preserving Family Harmony After a Death

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Preserving Family Harmony After a Death After eighteen years of helping families through probate and post death administration, I have…

Watch Out for the Capital Gains Tax

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Watch Out for the Capital Gains Tax It is assumed by most people that since the federal estate tax exemption…

Probate and the Problem with Cryptocurrency

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Probate and the Problem with Cryptocurrency At the age of 21, Matthew Mellon, a member of the famous family of…

Reasons for Estate Planning

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Reasons for Estate Planning People who do not have estate plans often wonder why they should get one. People want…

Spousal Lifetime Access Trusts

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Spousal Lifetime Access Trusts There is one common problem that people face when setting up a trust. They need to…

Thinking of Doing Your Own Estate Plan?

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Thinking of Doing Your Own Estate Plan? Most people would prefer to avoid paying for the services of an attorney,…

Oregon’s New Probate Laws for Estates with Wrongful Death or Personal Injury Claims

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Oregon’s New Probate Laws for Estates with Wrongful Death or Personal Injury Claims By Jonathan P. Bacsalmasi and Ryan W.…

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