THE ROLE STUDENT LOAN DEBT PLAYS IN YOUR ESTATE PLAN

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Unfortunately, as the cost of higher education rises, the number of individuals with student load debt is increasing exponentially. As these debts increase, many individuals are forced to factor them in to their estate plan. According to the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, between 2012 and 2017, the number of individuals, over the age of 60, […]

Estate Planning for Snowbirds

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It’s that time of year when thoughts of living in a warm climate appeal to those of us stuck in the frigid northeast. Those who are blessed with the opportunity to spend part of their year in Florida or another warm climate, may be interested in some of the estate planning issues that arise when you […]

What is a Will?

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A Will is commonly defined as a document which disposes of a person’s property after their death. But   it can be much more than that, or sometimes less. A Will is also known as a “Last Will and Testament”. It is helpful to think of a Will as being a document that gives your instructions […]