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Posts tagged "Estate Administration & Probate"

Tailored estate planning can address medical care, costs

Here's a central irony related to health insurance: Although federal law changes have in recent years greatly reduced the number of Californians and other Americans without health coverage (one estimate concludes that as many as 15 million more people have become insured since 2013), being a policyholder has done little to shield many people from financial ruin in the event of a material medical illness.

Being childless does not diminish the need for estate planning

If you're married but sans kids and don’t ever expect to alter that status quo, you can basically just opt of any discussion on estate planning that some of your friends and acquaintances might be having, right?

Tough times make sound financial planning a central consideration

Although the United States is a country that is obviously marked by tremendous resources and power, such riches do not automatically translate to wealth -- that is, sustained and unfettered financial power and associated freedoms -- for all Americans.

Social Security benefits loom large in many estate plans

One topic unquestionably dominates the conversations of millions of Americans from time to time in living rooms, company dining facilities, coffee shops, malls and just about everywhere else where people of a certain age congregate and exchange views.