Posts Tagged ‘ emergency planning ’

Have Dependents? Then Strongly Consider Standby Guardianships

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Today we discuss a strategy that is useful in case of what is likely the most devastating, worst-case scenario for many families – the unexpected and sudden death of parents or caregivers. While we hesitate to even think about it, we must consider all possibilities in estate planning so that loved ones can be left…

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Last Week in Estate Planning (July 31 to August 6, 2011)

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As stated here, the reason this blog showcases the excellent posts and articles about estate planning is an attempt to make the topic more accessible and less intimidating.  However, it has been suggested that I am linking to far too many sources each week, and that this fact actually works against the original goal.  Read…

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Why All Parents Need Temporary Guardianship and Emergency Planning

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What will happen to your kids, elderly parents or other dependents if some emergency situation arose?  Does your estate plan cover these situations? As we have discussed in many posts, estate planning is not limited to passing your property after death.  We have often referred to Ancillary Documents such as “Durable Powers of Attorney”, “Advance…

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