"What do you want your legacy to your community and your children to be after you’re gone?"
Who will make decisions about your finances and health (maybe even your life) if you get COVID-19?
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Welcome to paradise. “Here To Make Friends” hosts Claire Fallon and Emma Gray bring you all the highs and lows from the premiere episodes of “Bachelor in Paradise,” including the worst liar we’ve ever seen and the revenge plot that failed to deliver.
An inheritance. What shall I do with it? A signature, the date, lipstick sealed. I look at the lipstick. One thinks of good
One family may keep all the contents in a waterproof, fireproof file cabinet or safe to feel confident they have things under
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Death does not always bring out the best in people.
So, the other day, I felt like a total adult. Like, so adulty, that it made me feel uncomfortable. Why? Well, my hus and I took a long overdue trip to the attorney's office to sign our wills, health care proxies, and other important documents so that we could protect our kids from any additional anguish should the worst case scenario become a reality.
How could a man who fought so hard to re-gain control over his musical legacy not have created a plan for it after he died? How could a man with a philanthropic heart not have cemented his charitable legacy with testamentary gifts? Et tu, Prince?
What do you really know about a will ... specifically, yours? If you're like most people, you're aware of the concept and its intended function as a legal document: to dictate your wishes regarding disposition of your body and property upon your death.
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If you die without a will, what happens to your assets will be determined by the state you reside in. Every state has intestacy laws in place that parcel out property and assets to a deceased person's closest relatives when there's no will or trust. But these laws vary from state-to-state.
As of 2013, American retirees were ranked the sixth most generous in the world in terms of amount of assets passed to family
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People are particularly persnickety about personal property, and rich or poor, our stuff means a lot to us. While wealthier people are more likely to have extensive estate planning documents in place, it's imperative across the board, as fights over tangible personal property often erupt.
Disinheritance is becoming a thing, but that doesn't answer the many questions about this story.
Taking an accounting of liabilities and expenses -- ie. what's owed -- is an essential first step to taking full financial control. In the case of divorce, which spouse will continue to pay for certain expenses is typically decided in the settlement.