Estate Planning

In March 2019 the Treasury Department issued an IRS notice that allows employers to buy out current retirees from their pensions...

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We've all heard it too often... a loved one's ashes are resting on a shelf at home because the children...

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Estate planning in blended families can be challenging and present unique situations. Today divorce is increasingly common and over 50%...

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Before hiring an estate planning attorney, you should interview them to make sure they can provide the services you need...

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Baby boomers begin to turn 80 in 2026, and states must accelerate the pace of improving long-term services and supports...

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As part of their retirement and estate planning, many homeowners choose to split their time between homes in different states...

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Estate planning documents provide peace of mind. But more importantly, wills and trusts are legally enforceable documents that ensure your...

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Your pet is a member of your family but is legally considered your property. Many people are concerned about including...

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Who will receive your assets if something happens to you? Your beneficiaries are the people you've said will receive your...

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Your retirement savings are an important asset in your estate plan. Many Illinois employees do not have a retirement plan...

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