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I have grown children from my first marriage and want to protect them financially if I remarry.

Although I think I have met Mr. Right, should I consider a pre-nup? Yes, a pre-nup could be just what you need especially if you combine it with other appropriate estate documents after the wedding. Talk with an attorney knowledgeable in both areas of the law so you know the basic pre-nupial requirements for your state...
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I’m putting together my New Year Resolutions and wondered what you thought I should include about disability, elder law and estate planning.

Here is my list of favorites: 1. Be kind to someone daily.It’s incredibly good for your soul and as part of this resolution you need to see your estate plan as a gift you leave for those you love. You can include endearing words and thoughts into your will or trust documents, or even write a...
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As a single mom in my 40’s I’m embarrassed to say I’ve done nothing about estate planning.

A recent medical scare has caused me to pause and now consider planning a priority. Any words of wisdom before I do a will? About 73% of parents have no will and some that do are unaware that their kids are not fully protected by their existing estate plan. So here are some common issues to...
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