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  • Wills, Trusts, & Dying Intestate: Why You Need to Start Estate Planning Now
    Wills, Trusts, & Dying Intestate: Why You Need to Start Estate Planning Now

    While many of the people who visit our law firm understand that having a comprehensive estate plan is smart if you want to protect your future and family, we also encounter those who don’t follow ...

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  • What Can I Do If There Is Money Left Over in a College Savings Plan?
    What Can I Do If There Is Money Left Over in a College Savings Plan?

    While it is smart to set funds aside for your children’s or grandchildren’s future education expenses, there is still the possibility that not every penny you have set aside will actually be used for ...

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  • Funding Education Expenses During the Pandemic
    Funding Education Expenses During the Pandemic

    With students returning to school for the fall semester, many remain uncertain whether they will be attending their classes in person or learning online. If you are the parent of a college student, ...

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  • How to Use a Trust to Help Your Family Avoid Probate
    How to Use a Trust to Help Your Family Avoid Probate

    Many of the clients we serve at Legacy Law Centers use a revocable living trust instead of a will or joint ownership to plan how their assets and other valuable property will be distributed among ...

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  • How to Set Up Your Trustee for Success
    How to Set Up Your Trustee for Success

    At Legacy Law Centers, we advise clients to include a revocable living trust in their estate plans to make sure their finances are properly managed if they are ever incapacitated. We know how ...

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  • Revocable Trusts Preventing Lawsuits is an Estate Planning Myth
    Revocable Trusts Preventing Lawsuits is an Estate Planning Myth

    Everyone who creates an estate plan wants to find a way to protect their assets from lawsuits and collections, ensuring that they and their loved ones will be able to enjoy those assets as needed ...

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