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Life and its challenges are unpredictable, which is why it's a good idea to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. Creating estate planning documents is a great way to prepare for life's worst-case scenarios. When it comes to planning for something as...

Pew Research Center recently published a study  on the amount of Americans using social media. The study found a whopping sixty-nine percent of people in the U.S. have at least one type of social media account. Even older adults are in on the trend,...

Though it may not be obvious, love and estate planning go hand-in-hand. After all, protecting and providing for loved ones is what estate planning documents are for. Or, what they're usually for. When it comes to married couples and estate planning, history has proven all...

From family heirlooms to property to wealth, people often have a variety of items to pass on to heirs. However, knowing what you have to pass down is usually easier to figure out than deciding who gets what. Divvying up your estate doesn't have to...

Similar to estate planning, legacy planning involves preparing for the future. However, unlike estate planning, which involves creating documents for the distribution of wealth and protection against the unforeseen, legacy planning is often only used to distribute assets. While legacy planning is ultimately about passing...

Kick the bucket, bite the big one, push up daisies. People use many idioms to soften the finality of death. Though death is inevitable and scary, you can alleviate some of the stress by estate planning since estate planning enables you to create a plan...

If you have a child with special needs that depends on you financially and physically for care, creating an estate plan is important. With an estate plan in place, you can ensure your child is always provided for financially and physically, even if you're no...

Cars, bank accounts, and family heirlooms. Bills, mail, and debts. These are all things people leave behind when they die. So, who is responsible for handling the deceased's loose ends? In Nebraska, it's the deceased's personal representative. Read on to discover what a personal representative...

When picturing an inheritance, money or family heirlooms are typically the first items to come to mind. However, some people choose to think outside the box when gifting heirs their possessions. Read on to discover five heirs who received unique inheritances. 1. A family of deceased...