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Wills: What They Can and Cannot Do

If you die without a will (intestate), the state will distribute your assets and property based on state law and might not align with your wishes. A will is a legally binding directive stating who will receive your property upon…

How Life Insurance is Involved in Your Estate Plan

At first glance, life insurance may not seem to have any bearing on your estate plan, but it can be a crucial part of it. There are numerous other benefits to owning a life insurance policy aside from providing a large…

Planning Your Estate With Life Insurance

In the event of your passing, your loved ones should not have to inherit assets only to discover they can't access them for cash expenditures. Most retirees’ assets are in homeownership and retirement accounts, requiring a sale to get cash.…

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