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  • Trustee Selection: Who should you choose?
    Trustee Selection: Who should you choose?

    Trusts are extremely flexible tools that can serve a variety of estate and tax planning goals. When creating a trust, grantors tend to focus on the provisions outlining how, when and to whom the trust ...

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  • Are you debating a Divorce? How does indecision effect your children and assets?
    Are you debating a Divorce? How does indecision effect your children and assets?

    If you are contemplating divorce or living together but separated, you need to talk to an estate planner. Sometimes staying in the "grey zone" and not making a decision can be the worst possible ...

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  • Spousal Remarriage: What will happen to your kids?
    Spousal Remarriage: What will happen to your kids?

    Even if you are currently married to the father of your children, it is important to think about what would happen to your children if you predecease your spouse. Second marriages can create inherent ...

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  • Estate Planning for Women | Sallen Law
    Estate Planning for Women | Sallen Law

    Regardless of one's current marital status, all women should view their estate plan through the eyes of a single person. This is because the majority of us will, at some point, be single. Many women ...

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  • Same-Sex Marriage is Legal. How does that effect your estate plan?
    Same-Sex Marriage is Legal. How does that effect your estate plan?

    Over the past two decades, the U.S. law has changed dramatically on the stance of same-sex marriage. With the Supreme Court's ruling last week requiring all states to perform and recognize same-sex ...

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  • Power of Attorney: Duties and Responsibilities
    Power of Attorney: Duties and Responsibilities

    Power of Attorney documents are an extremely important part of estate planning. The key word is “planning” since these documents, as well as Wills must be completed while the person signing the ...

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