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It is ordinarily assumed that wealthy people will leave the majority of their assets to their children. However, if a wealthy person does not have any children, then something else needs to be done with the assets.

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A rapidly growing number of Americans are choosing to wed later. If you are one of the many individuals planning a later-in-life marriage, you should include a trip to your estate-planning attorney on the list of things to do before you say “I do.”

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Many people have some VERY wrong ideas about estate planning. And that’s understandable if you get your information from sources that, while well intentioned, may be simply repeating hearsay.

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While most Americans who live with a significant other are still getting married, many are choosing not to. For wealthy single people it often makes sense not to get married as marriage would result in a higher tax burden.

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Trusts can be a bit confusing. Everyone knows the basics. Trusts are a legal entity managed by a trustee for the benefit of others.

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With private foundations wealthy families and individuals can create a fund of money that can be invested with the proceeds going to good causes for generations.

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Before passing away, Ernie Banks suffered a protracted illness. During that time he was cared for by a friend, Regina Rice.

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Are you familiar with the notion of a digital estate? What happens to your online bank accounts, emails, social media and your entire digital presence on the web when you pass away?

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After the suicide of Robin Williams, the public soon learned that his estate plan called for everything to be left in trust for his children. Williams was praised for his proper estate planning and for acting to take care of his family before taking his own life.

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