Bankruptcy & Debt

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02

May2012
What happens to your Pinterest boards or your Facebook page when you pass on? Social media is a part of daily life, but what happens to the online content that you created once you die? If you have social media profiles set up online, consider creating a statement on how ... Read More

28

Sep2009
Many people are unprepared to deal with the legal and financial consequences of a serious illness such as Alzheimer's disease (AD). Legal and medical experts encourage people recently diagnosed with a serious illness -- particularly one that is expected to cause declining mental and physical health -- to examine and ... Read More

28

Sep2009
There are four basic tools of estate planning: Durable Power of Attorney, Health Care Proxy and Living Wills, Will & Living Trust. It is imperative to have these documents executed by the care recipient, while they are legally competent.

28

Sep2009
Misinformation and misunderstanding about estate taxes and the length or complexity of probate provide the perfect cover for scam artists who have created an industry out of older people's fears that their estates could be eaten up by costs or that the distribution of their assets could be delayed for ... Read More

14

Sep2009
The purpose of estate planning is to ensure that you, and not others, such as the government or lawyers, choose who will inherit your wealth. Through proper estate planning, you can take care of those you love even after you die.

21

Aug2009
Estate planning is not a one-time job. There are a number of changes that call for a review of your plan. You'll probably need to update your will several times during the course of your life. Things change as time passes.

21

Aug2009
Everyone faces the possibility that sometime during their lifetime, they may become incapacitated. Many people assume their spouses or children will automatically be allowed to make financial and/or medical decisions for them, but this is not necessarily so.