Three Often Overlooked Planning Opportunities for Parents with College Students

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If you’re one of the many parents who shipped your child off to college earlier this year, you were probably caught in the whirlwind of orientation, move-in day, tuition, roommates, food money, and much more.

Medicaid Trusts - Whose Money is it Anyway?

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Medicaid trusts are often implemented when an individual may need future nursing home care, and desires to preserve assets for their healthy spouse or their children.

Planning Ahead - Smoothing the Way for Your Executor and Heir

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When a friend's mother died several years ago, they discovered that she had written down exactly what she wanted at her service, from hymns and scripture verses, right down to the silver trays that were to be used at

Do I Even Need a Will?

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You may be surprised to learn that even if you don’t have a written will, your state of residence has a plan in place for the disposition of your assets; this is called dying intestate.  If you die without a will, you