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When it comes to estate planning, it's important to cover all the bases. Creating these four estate planning documents is a solid start. However, people with privacy concerns should take an extra step and create a revocable living trust. Read on to discover what a...

When you are taking care of your children, it is hard to fathom that you may not be there one day. Things happen every day that cannot be predicted. It is important to plan for every eventuality, especially when children are concerned. Read on to...

A solid estate plan contains four legal documents: a living will, last will and testament, durable power of attorney, and healthcare power of attorney. While several of these documents have similar names, they serve different purposes. Read on to discover what each document does and...

Hugh Hefner was a controversial figure in pop culture. He built the Playboy empire into an American icon that has lasted decades. He passed away of natural causes at the age of 91 in his famous mansion. Read on to learn about the well-planned estate...

Cryptocurrency, otherwise known as digital currency, is becoming more popular. To keep up with the times and the popularity of this new form of "money," The Nebraska Lawyers' Advisory Committee recently published an advisory opinion giving Nebraska lawyers the OK to accept digital currency as...

Legendary Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher passed away of cardiac arrest on December 27, 2016. She was 60 years old. Her mother Debbie Reynolds, also a legendary figure in Hollywood, died the very next day. Together they left an indelible legacy. Read on to find...

Real estate, family heirlooms, and savings accounts are some of the first things that come to mind when picturing an inheritance. Thanks to advances in technology, new types of inheritances are springing up in the form of digital assets. Digital assets are online accounts, such...

In 1966, Fredric Baur revolutionized potato chip storage. Baur invented the iconic Pringles can and the chip itself. When Baur brought up the idea of his burial including is invention, his family first thought he was joking, but they buried him in a Pringles can...

[caption id="attachment_16856" align="alignleft" width="150"] Alexander the Great is said to have displayed heterochromia iridium, which would have made one of his eyes dark and the other light.[/caption] It can be hard to imagine the worst case scenario of dying without a will, but for most people,...