Top 11 Reasons Why a Revocable Living Trust is Needed. When it comes to estate planning, there are a lot of red flags indicating a need for some specific protections. However, one of the biggest solutions is a well-drafted, optimally-funded revocable living trust to keep the estate out of probate. The top eleven red flags listed below indicate […]
Estate Privacy When an estate goes through probate, privacy is out the door worse than Beyonce taking a stroll down Rodeo Drive. In this outtake from the webinar “Estate Planning… Bigger Than Beyonce” I review the loss of privacy that occurs to an estate mired in this court process. My name, account values, beneficiary contact […]
Estate Plans With In-Law Protection In recent years, there has been a sharp increase in the number of clients wanting to secure their inheritance across two generations, mainly to make sure that their estate does not eventually end up in the hands of a son-in-law or daughter-in-law after they have passed on. By protecting each […]
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The LGBT Community is bracing itself under the new Trump Administration. It’s not a time to panic, but it is time for members of the community to get their houses in order.
When someone receives an inheritance, especially an unanticipated one, it might leave them feeling quite overwhelmed by their new found options.
Recently, I had the opportunity to speak with someone about inheritance issues concerning her father’s estate. Apparently, her father had inherited a lot of money and real estate from her grandparent’s estate.
When it comes to inheritances people have always been able to award anyone they deemed necessary to receive the assets.