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Estate Planning for Digital Assets

When you think about your estate, you may think about your personal property, real estate, or investments. You also have other, less-tangible assets—and they also deserve your attention.

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‘Someday’ Is Sooner than You Think

Almost every day I hear someone mention the topic of caring for aging parents. It seems only yesterday that my friends and I were swapping colic-coping methods, survival techniques for the terrible twos and picky eater solutions.

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How Power of Attorney Can Help Unravel an Estate Mess

Your daughter owned a home. She died, leaving one child. No changes have been made to the house title, but the mortgage company refers to her estate and the tax assessor has put her son on the tax account. You desire to help sort out the situation and think the power of attorney will help.

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