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Sep
14
You’ve been diligent about your estate planning, and left a sizable chunk of your estate to one of your children. But what happens if your child receives an inheritance, then gets divorced? Will part of the inheritance money go to your child’s… Read More
Sep
5
How do you determine whether you need a revocable trust? A revocable trust is distinguished by the fact that it can be changed or even cancelled by the trust-maker, at any time. A trust also offers flexibility because the trust-maker can choose to tr… Read More