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Blog Posts in January, 2014

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  • Getting remarried or recently divorced? Consider these term insurance implications
    Getting remarried or recently divorced? Consider these term insurance implications

    Being remarried or divorced does not mean that your ex is now out of your life. If you named that person a sole beneficiary named on a term insurance policy when you were married, they may still ...

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  • 6 HUGE estate planning fumbles that NFL players commit - Part Three
    6 HUGE estate planning fumbles that NFL players commit - Part Three

    5. Leaving assets exposed. Here comes another NFL analogy: Just like a player wouldn’t step out on the field without a helmet, an estate plan for that same player should incorporate asset protection. ...

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  • 6 HUGE estate planning fumbles that NFL players commit - Part One
    6 HUGE estate planning fumbles that NFL players commit - Part One

    I am not a huge football fan, but even I know that there is a BIG GAME coming up. It may seem, that these giants among men have nothing in common with us mere mortals. (After all, that is why they get ...

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  • 5 questions to ask your Estate Planning Lawyer
    5 questions to ask your Estate Planning Lawyer

    You have decided to sit down with an attorney to draft your estate plan. Congratulations! You and your family will be better prepared for will happen after your passing than half of the US population. ...

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  • The legacy Martin Luther King Jr. did not mean to leave behind
    The legacy Martin Luther King Jr. did not mean to leave behind

    Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. mobilized a generation and was arguably the most important voice of the American civil rights movement. His death was a great loss to the nation. But what he left behind, ...

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  • Utilizing Family Limited Partnerships as Part of Your Estate Plan
    Utilizing Family Limited Partnerships as Part of Your Estate Plan

    Designed to preserve family businesses for future generations, Family Limited Partnerships (FLPs) and Family Limited Liability Companies (FLLCs) can help shelter your assets and reduce overall estate ...

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