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When Something is NOT Better Than Nothing—Part 1
It is almost never the case that a will alone is sufficient to handle all of your legal affairs.
Who Should Khloé Kardashian Choose as Legal Guardian For Her Child—One Instance Where ‘Keeping Up Wi
While the Kardashians are wealthy and famous, you too can provide the exact same level of protection for your kids, even with minimal financ
What Happens to Your Facebook Account When You Die?
If you’re active on social media, Facebook probably plays a prominent role in your life. And now the social media titan can even play a role in your afterlife. Today, estate planning encompasses not only your tangible assets—bank accounts and real estate—but your digital assets as well, such as cryptocurrency, websites, and social media accounts. Though social media may seem trivial compared to the rest of your personal property, a Facebook account functions as a virtual diar
Don’t Transfer Ownership of Your House to Your Kids Before You Read This
With the cost of long-term care (LTC) skyrocketing, you may be concerned about your (or your elderly parents’) ability to pay for lengthy stays in assisted living and/or a nursing home. Such care can be massively expensive, with the potential to overwhelm even the well-off. Because neither traditional health insurance nor Medicare will pay for LTC, some people are looking to Medicaid to help cover this cost. To become eligible for Medicaid, however, you must first exhaust nea
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