Tax laws and regulations can be tricky, particularly when it comes to estate planning. Recently, the IRS issued a new ruling that clarifies how property held in an irrevocable trust will be treated.
How to set up legacy contacts for Apple, Google, and password management software to ensure access to your digital accounts after incapacity or death.
Estate plans are almost magical: they allow you to maintain control of your assets, yet protect you if you become incapacitated. They take care of your family and even your pets.
HEMS stands for health, education, maintenance, or support and is frequently included in trust agreements to guide a trustee on the types of distributions they may make to a trust beneficiary.
We know that you are always looking for ways to protect your family and loved ones. Here are six steps to take this year to help make sure that your estate plan protects you and yours.
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