Divorce, Opportunists and Lawsuits: The Top 3 Risks that Cause Parents Worry

/ By: Nicole Livingston, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: Asset Protection, Beneficiary Designations, Divorce Protection, Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Family Access Trust, Family Sentry Trust, Family Wealth Trust, Inheritance Planning, Legacy Planning, Living Trusts, Revocable Living Trust, Spouse, Trusts

The top three risks that parents worry about are: Divorce, Opportunists, and Lawsuits. Many clients are concerned about the son-in-law and daughter-in-law divorcing their child and walking away with a big chunk of...

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What Happens to Tangible Personal Property When Settling an Estate

/ By: Colleen Sinclair Prosser, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: Capital Gains, Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Executor, Inheritance Planning, Trusts, Wills

 Part of the process when settling an estate after someone has died is to consider their tangible personal property, i.e. furniture, jewelry, china, crystal, artwork, electronics, and vehicles.  The first duty of the representative of...

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“Casey Kasem – A Victim of Elder Abuse?”

/ By: Jon J. Gasior

Category: Elder Law, Estate Planning, Guardianship, Healthcare Directives, Healthcare Power of Attorney, Incapacity Planning, Living Trusts, Living Wills, Medical Directive, Powers of Attorney, Revocable Living Trust, Trusts

  Many of you are familiar with the name Casey Kasem. His voice brings about memories of American Top 40 radio and pop culture through the decades. Unfortunately, that name now conjures images of court battles,...

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