Four Important Legal Documents For Young Adults

Young adult filling out important documents for school

Four important legal documents for young adults that help them transition from children to college students. Becoming an adult is exciting because you are faced with many new and challenging opportunities. Adulting, however, also means you now have autonomy, privacy and responsibility for your own personal and medical emergencies. Planning your future requires you to…

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Specifying your wishes in Estate planning and what are your options

Specifying your wishes in Estate planning the things you should consider

Written by Andrew Osterland adapted by AEPA Person going over the do’s and don’ts of estate planning. KEY POINTS: You don’t have to be older and rich to start estate planning. In fact, the earlier you start, the better. Estate planning “involves relatively simple documents, but I’ve seen some horror stories when people don’t address…

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Got Cryptocurrency or NFTs? They Need to Be in Your Estate Plan

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by: Tracy Craig, Fellow, ACTEC, AEP®, Emily Parker Beekman original article written May 23, 2022 Handled incorrectly, these popular assets could go poof. You need a password-sharing plan, a plan for naming beneficiaries and possibly a trust. Cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are becoming a bigger part of the investment world as more and more people buy these assets.…

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What is a Special Needs Trust?

By Elder Law Answers Multiracial family with special needs child sitting outdoors together on summer day. Child is sitting in wheelchair.   Americans are living longer than they did in years past, including those with disabilities. Planning by parents can make all the difference in the life of a child with a disability, as…

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Women and Estate Planning

Women and estate planning

Estate Planning for Women, why it is so important Article adapted by Robert J Green, Esquire Estate planning is a very important tool for everyone, but it’s often neglected for women. As more and more women become independent and build their own wealth, the need for estate planning has quietly risen in turn. Here’s 3…

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