I have a revocable trust that provides for a disabled child on my death. Do I need to amend it due to the new SECURE Act? Good question. The answer is no, but we are all still learning about this Act which was buried in 1700 pages of the Further Consolidations Appropriations Act of 2019,…Read more
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Q. My mother has some fault in a small car accident. I’m concerned that she doesn’t have enough car insurance and think she should place her life savings beyond the...Read more
But as my largest asset I want to be sure I can leave it to my three children and avoid probate. What should I do? Individual retirement accounts or IRAs...Read more
Comedian Bill Cosby’s two main interests in life have been to entertain his fellowmen and a desire to teach them how to live. He is a devoted family man and...Read more
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