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Prince’s Properties: A Cautionary Tale on Estate Planning – Realtor.com News

Realtor.com News Prince’s Properties: A Cautionary Tale on Estate PlanningRealtor.com NewsThe administrator of Prince’s estate sought court permission last week to sell Paisley Park. Then it announced the compound wouldn’t be sold. and more »

Prince estate administrator denies plan to sell Paisley Park – Winnipeg Free Press

Billboard Prince estate administrator denies plan to sell Paisley ParkWinnipeg Free PressMINNEAPOLIS – The administrator of Prince’s estate says it is not planning to sell Paisley Park, one day after asking a judge for permission to offer several Prince properties for sale. A court filing on Friday had included Paisley Park, Prince’s home …Prince Paisley Park to be Sold! Family…read more →

Avoiding The Prince Syndrome: A Primer On Estate Planning … – Billboard

Billboard Avoiding The Prince Syndrome: A Primer On Estate Planning …BillboardFew artists are as determined to control the rights to their creative work as Prince was, making the fact that he apparently died without a will astonishing.McBride: Dying without a will | Saskatoon StarPhoenixSaskatoon StarPhoenix all 3 news articles »

Estate Planning Workshop | Mitchell County Press | globegazette.com – Mason City Globe Gazette

Estate Planning Workshop | Mitchell County Press | globegazette.comMason City Globe GazetteOSAGE | Iowa State University Extension will offer an “Evaluating Your Estate Plan” workshop to answer estate and transition planning questions and help …CLA Estate Planning Workshop – Press of Atlantic City: CalendarPress of Atlantic City all 2 news articles »

Estate Planning: Who oversees a trust administration? – Yuma Sun

Estate Planning: Who oversees a trust administration?Yuma SunMost people know that revocable trusts allow you to plan ahead of time, so upon your death your property may be distributed as you want. This is preferred to using a will that must go through the probate process which is overseen by a judge. However, I …

Helpful, but complicated – Winnipeg Free Press

Helpful, but complicatedWinnipeg Free Press“It (the credit) requires a medical professional to certify you’re disabled as defined under the Income Tax Act,” says Sara Kinnear, director of tax and estate planning at Investors Group. “That essentially means you have a severe and prolonged …

Do estate planning homework before living together – Hometownlife.com

Hometownlife.com Do estate planning homework before living togetherHometownlife.comQ: About five years ago my girlfriend and I decided that it would make sense to live together. At the time we each sold our houses and used the proceeds to buy the new home. We each put up half the money and also basically split the maintenance costs.

Six questions you should ask your estate planning attorney – Port Huron Times Herald

Port Huron Times Herald Six questions you should ask your estate planning attorneyPort Huron Times HeraldYou may think of estate planning as something simple. You may have seen the forms for the statutory will or patient advocate designation and thought, “I can fill that out.” Or maybe you have seen the advertisements for the online do-it-yourself plans.

Couples Avoid The Much Needed “M” Talk: CIBC Poll – CJOB

CJOB Couples Avoid The Much Needed “M” Talk: CIBC PollCJOBHave you had the big chat with your partner? According to a new CIBC poll, you probably haven’t. Only about a-third of couples who are planning to get married or live common-law have had a serious talk about money, despite 99% saying it’s important to …65% of couples avoid talking money…read more →

65% of couples avoid talking money prior to getting hitched, living common law:poll – Winnipeg Free Press

65% of couples avoid talking money prior to getting hitched, living common law:pollWinnipeg Free PressJamie Golombek, managing director of tax and estate planning for CIBC, said in a report about the survey results that financial disagreements are a strong predictor of divorce, particularly among younger couples who are more prone to experience … and more »