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    • What it Means to Breach Fiduciary Duty

      When it comes to estate and trust administration and probate, a commonly used term that you will hear is "fiduciary duty." What does fiduciary duty mean and what does it have to do with estates? A ...

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    • What it Means to Breach Fiduciary Duty

      When it comes to estate and trust administration and probate, a commonly used term that you will hear is "fiduciary duty." What does fiduciary duty mean and what does it have to do with estates? A ...

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    • Importance of Estate Planning

      If you are like most people, you have worked hard to accumulate assets during your lifetime. Whether you're a young parent in your 20s or a baby boomer quickly approaching retirement age, it's ...

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    • What it Means to Breach Fiduciary Duty

      When it comes to estate and trust administration and probate, a commonly used term that you will hear is "fiduciary duty." What does fiduciary duty mean and what does it have to do with estates? A ...

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    • What it Means to Breach Fiduciary Duty

      When it comes to estate and trust administration and probate, a commonly used term that you will hear is "fiduciary duty." What does fiduciary duty mean and what does it have to do with estates? A ...

      Read More
    • What it Means to Breach Fiduciary Duty

      When it comes to estate and trust administration and probate, a commonly used term that you will hear is "fiduciary duty." What does fiduciary duty mean and what does it have to do with estates? A ...

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    • Elder Law News You Can Use

      This week's article is entitled, "Planning for Your Elder Years." If we were to ask an older person what his or her most important concerns for aging are, we would probably get a variety of different ...

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    • Estate Planning is Not for Dummies

      If you think that you will be saving a few dollars by using forms found on the Internet or in an “Estate Planning for Dummies” book to prepare your estate plan, your family will be in for a rude ...

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    • Protecting Military Survivors Benefits for Children with Special Needs

      Career military retirees have long been able to defer a portion of their retirement pay to provide income for a surviving spouse or dependent child upon the retiree's death. However, parents who chose ...

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    • Progress on Implementing ABLE Accounts for People with Disabilities

      The Internal Revenue Service issued proposed rules on June 19, 2015 to implement the new ABLE accounts for individuals who became disabled before age 26. ABLE accounts, also called 529A accounts, ...

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