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Getting ahead of the curve with Medicaid planning

No likes to contemplate aging or their own mortality. But to get the most out of your senior years requires planning while you are still young and healthy.When you are thinking about applying for Medicaid, it is important to plan far ahead in advance. This is because...

Estate planning mistakes to avoid as you age

You'll have a lot on your mind as you age. Although you may have created an estate plan many years ago, it doesn't necessarily mean it can remain the same into the future.As you get older you should get into the habit of reviewing your estate plan at least once a...

Protect your pooch with a solid pet trust

You adopted your dog later in life, and you know there's a possibility that you could outlive him. While you do have family members that have said they'd take him if you passed away, you want to guarantee that will happen. The last thing you want is for your beloved...

How getting remarried affects your estate plan

You're older, and you know that getting remarried wasn't always in your plan. Despite that, you've found a partner you can't live without, and you'd like to make it official.One thing you should think about before tying the knot is your estate plan. When you get...

What are the upsides to an incentive trust?

You're thinking of drafting an incentive-based trust. You've even taken the wise step of talking it over with your heirs -- a son and a daughter -- in advance. You know that having the conversation early often staves off disputes and disagreements in the future.The...

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