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Will Your Estate Plan Undermine Your Dream Retirement?

Why is someone who creates legal documents for a living speaking out about the shortcomings of estate planning? I have spent that last two decades watching people, including those with seemingly airtight estate planning documents , end up broke, a burden on their families, and forced into institutional care. The same thing that happened to my … Read more

To Protect Your Family, Avoid These Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Estate planning is an essential component of preparation for a happy and secure retirement. Sadly, all too many Americans ignore estate planning altogether, imagining – somehow – that everything will work out magically for their heirs once they pass from the scene. In fact, those heirs are the ones who will have to clean up … Read more

Some Timely New Year’s Resolutions for 2024 from Rajiv Nagaich

There’s something compelling about the idea of making New Year’s resolutions, isn’t there? With the turning of the calendar, a brand-new year begins, unmarred by past mistakes, filled with promise and opportunity. Many of us will pause sometime during the first days of 2024, reflecting on some of the poor choices we might have made … Read more

Before Naming a Trustee, Make Sure They Know What to Expect

Have you gone through the process of naming a trustee to take over a family trust after you’ve passed away? If you answer “yes,” that’s a good first step. But here’s an important follow-up query: does the trustee you’ve selected know that he or she is about to assume a potentially huge responsibility? If you … Read more

Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples Can Get Tricky

If you’re part of an unmarried couple – two people living together and sharing all the bonds of marriage except the legal one – you’re a part of a growing national trend. The marriage rate is continuing to decline in the U.S. as the number of unmarried couples cohabiting is on the increase. Whether that … Read more

Court-Appointed Guardian Sends 80-Year-Old Man’s Life “Into a Tailspin”

The words “court-appointed guardian” should send a chill down your spine if you’re a vulnerable senior. The U.S. system of putting court-appointed guardians in complete control of a vulnerable senior’s life is so rife with the potential for abuse and so dangerously unsupervised that it borders on a national scandal. From time to time here … Read more

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