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Don’t Have $5 Million? 50 Reasons to Get an Estate Plan Anyway

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“Estate Planning” is somewhat of a misnomer.  For example, let’s check out The Free Dictionary’s definition of “estate”. You’ll find that the majority of the 8 provided definitions associate the term either with land or with some kind wealth, social position, or political power.  Read more...

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5 Unconventional Estate Planning Tips (and Why They are Right)

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I hesitated to write this post for fear that many would be distracted over this weekend.  However, now that it is after 6 P.M. on May 21, 2011, and we seem to have avoided and survived the rapture, I can help return your focus to arguably more mundane concerns.  Read more...

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The Elizabeth Edwards Estate: Will John Truly Be Disinherited?

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Making the rounds in the news lately is the fact that Elizabeth Edwards, who passed away this past December 7, has seemingly disinherited former Presidential candidate and husband John Edwards by not including him in her will.  Inside Edition has released the will, signed six days before Ms. Edwards’ death.  Read more...

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