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You have reviewed multiple drafts of your Will, Trust, Living Will and Financial Power of Attorney, attended multiple meetings with your attorney, discussed the final distribution of your assets, selected your Executor and Trustee, and finally executed your estate planning documents. So you must be done, right?  It depends. There is often considerable follow up required to make certain that your unique planning is fully achieved. Below is a checklist of a few commonly overlooked items:     Read More on Estate Plans Here >
 
 
 
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Fall also means one other thing: now is the time to start thinking about holiday parenting time and making sure that you and your ex are “good” on the schedule. Most divorced or separated parents do not realize how much lead time is necessary to have a dispute decided by a judge in the event a resolution is not reached between the parents or caregivers. That’s why it’s time to start thinking about these issues now rather than waiting until the end of November, right before Thanksgiving.   Find Out More on Holiday Parenting Time Here >
 
 
 
The primary focus of estate planning is often on tax-saving strategies; however, since the newly-enacted federal estate tax laws have doubled the federal, estate, gift and GST tax exemptions to $10,000,000 per person, indexed for inflation, it is important to point out that there are many other valuable reasons why estate planning should be a priority. Below is a summary of several non-tax reasons for effective estate planning. Find Out More on Non-Tax Reasons to Make an Estate Plan >
 
 
 
 
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