Don’t Forget to Include Your Digital Assets In Your Estate Plan
If you’ve created an estate plan with us or anyone, it likely includes traditional wealth and assets like finances, real estate, personal property, and family heirlooms. But…
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This act will correct an error in legislation regarding the creation of Special Needs Trusts. In the current rules, a disabled individual cannot create their own Special Needs Trust. That will be fixed, if this simple…
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