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Who’s on Your Estate Planning Team?

Who’s on Your Estate Planning Team?

5 advisors you should trust when putting your affairs in order Key Takeaways It takes a team of experts to craft a comprehensive Estate PlanThat team should include an Estate Planning attorney, financial advisor, insurance professional, accountant...

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Wills vs. Trusts: A Quick & Simple Reference Guide

Wills vs. Trusts: A Quick & Simple Reference Guide

You may have a Will, but that’s no guarantee your wishes will be carried out. Confused about the differences between a Will and a Trust?  If so, you are not alone. While it is always wise to contact Estate Planning experts like us, it is also...

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What Legal Documents Should an 18-Year-Old Have?

What Legal Documents Should an 18-Year-Old Have?

Turning 18 is an important milestone in anybody’s life. It is usually the age at which young men and women graduate from high school, and, if they so choose, to begin their college careers. Others start looking for “real” jobs, and many young people move out on their own for the first time.

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How Often Should I Review My Estate Plan?

How Often Should I Review My Estate Plan?

Here at eLegacy, we encourage people to put together an estate plan before they desperately need one. The last thing you want is to have to cobble some sort of plan together when you have been rushed to the hospital with a life-threatening condition, worrying about whether you have properly provided for your family.

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When Do My Spouse and I Need Separate Estate Documents?

When Do My Spouse and I Need Separate Estate Documents?

When you are married, and particularly if you have been married for a long time, you and your spouse will likely approach Estate Planning from your perspective as a couple. This is especially true when all or the vast majority of your assets–your home, bank accounts, personal property, investments–are assets owned by both you and your spouse together.

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