Special Needs

Last Week in Estate Planning (August 28 to September 3, 2011)

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Now that all the earthquakes, hurricanes, and back-to-school preparations appear to be out of the way, we can get back to some good ol’ estate planning reading! Much of last week’s best works seem to have come from traditional media resources.  Take a look: Top Posts and Articles of the Week Post of the Week…

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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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Special Needs Trusts – Another Exceptional Estate Planning Development

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Imagine you have your first child.  Nothing can contain your excitement as you make this foray into adulthood.  However, as the months pass, you begin to observe that something is not quite right.  Your child is not behaving like the others.  You get worried, but friends, teachers, and doctors tell you “kids learn at their…

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