Intellectual Property in Estate Planning

Accounting for Intellectual Property in Estate Planning

There is no doubt that wills and trusts are an indispensable part of any estate plan. They are an essential ...
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How to Avoid Estate Planning Schemes

How to Avoid Estate Planning Schemes

It is an unfortunate fact that immoral estate advisors prey upon elders and their families and can bilk thousands if ...
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Pros and Cons of Incentive Trusts

Passing On More Than Just Wealth: The Pros and Cons of Incentive Trusts

As parents and grandparents, we inherently hope that our children and grandchildren will act responsibly when handling an inheritance, regardless ...
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How Retirement Accounts Factor into Estate Planning

Retirement Accounts in Estate Planning

As we have covered before on the blog, the importance of carefully-executed estate planning cannot be understated, and can hold ...
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Three Documents for Entrepreneur Estate Planning

Three Emergency Documents for Entrepreneurial Estate Planning

With great power comes great responsibility, and entrepreneurship is definitely a tremendous responsibility. More often than not, a business is ...
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Family Conflict Threat to Inheritance

Family Conflicts Are the Top Threat to Inheritance

To most people, the concept of inheritance may seem fairly straightforward – when someone in a family dies or is ...
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Why MFCU Expansion Would Increase Medicaid Fraud Recovery Rates

Why an MFCU Expansion Would Increase Medicaid Fraud Recovery Rates

Over the last several years, particularly since the start of President Trump’s administration, the topic of Medicaid fraud has seen ...
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Why Businesses Require Estate Planning

Businesses Require Proper Estate Planning

While many people associate the process of estate planning with retirement and owning significant value in assets, the fact of ...
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Estate Planning When Separated

Estate Planning Considerations When Separated but Not Divorced

As the divorce rate among married couples has stabilized at around forty-five percent in recent decades, an increasing amount of ...
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Making Amendments to Irrevocable Trust

Amending the Irrevocable Trust

The concept behind the irrevocable trust, a popular estate planning tool, is relatively simple; irrevocable trusts cannot be revoked and ...
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Accounting For Art In Estate Plan

Accounting for Art in the Estate Planning Process

Though we often associate estate planning, the process of preparing for the transfer of wealth, with tangible assets like real ...
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Medicaid Fraud Cases on the Rise

Medicaid Fraud Cases on the Rise

There is little doubt concerning the fact that Medicaid, a public health coverage program, helps millions of low-income people every ...
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How To Address Employer Who Does Not Pay

How To Address An Employer Who Does Not Pay On Time

Money makes the world go round, so when we get shorted on our paychecks, it can make us stop dead ...
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LLC vs S-Corporation for Asset Protection

Is It Better to Have an LLC or an S-Corporation?

LLC vs S-Corporation – Which Is Better for Asset Protection? When it comes to personal finance, identifying the right form ...
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Estate Planning When Your First Child Turns 18

The sad truth that many of us have to accept is that our children are growing up not only in ...
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Cryptocurrency as Asset Protection Tool

Cryptocurrency as a Tool for Asset Protection

Cryptocurrency is a decentralized form of currency that has fettered its way into popularity in the last several years. It ...
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Tax Cuts Don’t Cut the Need For Estate Planning

Estate Planning Is Still Necessary Despite Recent Tax Cuts

Tax Cuts Don’t Cut the Need for Proper Estate Planning It is no secret that times are due to change ...
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Deaf, Mute and Blind- When Is A Person Considered “Incapacitated?”

Generally speaking, a person is considered incapacitated when he or she is no longer able or competent enough to manage ...
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Exploring the Spousal Lifetime Access Trust (SLAT)

Until Death Do Us Part: Exploring the Spousal Lifetime Access Trust (SLAT) What is a Spousal Lifetime Access Trust (SLAT)? ...
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The Ethics of Medicaid Planning

Though it originated as a program to help America’s poor, Medicaid has since become one of the main long-term care ...
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