A time of low interest rates can be great for shifting assets to a younger generation.
Be careful how you design a trust to bullet-proof your assets against creditors.
By taking these actions before you die, it’s often possible to avoid conflicts over wills and trusts after you die.
You know how you want your end of life to be managed. Make sure everyone else knows, too—so your wishes will be honored
The presence of stepchildren can lead to possible conflicts of interest in estate planning. Here’s how to handle the possible problems.
The laws on controlling digital accounts after someone dies have been quietly changing. Here's what you need to know.
Given the frequent changes in tax laws, now may be the right time to conduct a thorough review of your estate plan. Here’s how.
Here’s what you should and shouldn’t do to provide money for the care of your pet after you die.
If you decide to prepare your own will with the help of an online service, you need to be aware of eight common mistakes to avoid.
When collectibles are divided up among heirs, a family can be torn apart over who gets what. An estate planner tells how to avoid this terrible outcome.
Defaulting to the easiest or most obvious choice for your executor or trustee can have bad consequences—for your estate and your family.
Now’s the time to review your existing estate plan to see whether changes in the law or in your situation mean you should take action.
There’s a legal technique for giving away, and then receiving back, appreciated assets that wipes out your capital gain exposure. But know the danger, too.
Many estates are being held up because decedents never gave information and authorization to access their digital accounts. It’s an expensive mistake.
Some famous people—including Prince, Heath Ledger and now Aretha Franklin—died without a will. Even if you don’t have big assets, you still need one.
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