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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…

Aretha Franklin’s death affirms the importance of Estate Planning

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Aretha Franklin’s death affirms the importance of Estate Planning Aretha Franklin’s passing last week was a devastating loss for admirers of…

Grantor Trust Triggers

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Grantor Trust Triggers One of the more important issues in trust law is whether any particular trust is considered to…

Disinheriting a Child

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Disinheriting a Child Sometimes parents think they have no other choice but to disinherit one of their children. This decision…

Cremation: What Happens to the Metals in Your Body?

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Cremation: What Happens to the Metals in Your Body? Before our death we can notify our loved ones of our…

How You Can Take Charge of Your Estate Plan

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How You Can Take Charge of Your Estate Plan You may be working with an attorney to draft your estate…

Going out with a Bang: Unforgettable Last Wishes

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Going out with a Bang: Unforgettable Last Wishes As you give thought to who you might want to give assets…

Analysis of Ron Swanson’s Last Will and Testament

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Analysis of Ron Swanson’s Last Will and Testament In Episode 5 of Season 6 of the TV show Parks and…

Are Your Heirs Ready?

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Are Your Heirs Ready? Everyone is aware that it is not a good idea to let minor children inherit a…

Getting Organized

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Getting Organized Have you have ever needed to find a particular document but could not remember exactly where you put…

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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