Estate Planning

Your Financial Future: Recognize importance of estate planning – Uniontown Herald Standard

Your Financial Future: Recognize importance of estate planningUniontown Herald StandardYour Financial Future: Recognize importance of estate planning. By Gary Boatman For the Herald-Standard; 2 min ago; 0. Estate planning is a very important element of financial planning. The most basic part of estate planning is a will.

Impending Events May Limit Estate Planning Opportunities: Now is the Time to Review Your Goals and Objectives – The National Law Review

Impending Events May Limit Estate Planning Opportunities: Now is the Time to Review Your Goals and ObjectivesThe National Law ReviewWe wanted to bring to your attention two possible changes that could have a significant impact on estate planning: rules proposed by the U.S. Treasury Department that would eliminate certain valuation discounts on gifts made during lifetime and at … and…read more →

Estate Planning KC: When it comes to planning for long-term care, the earlier the better – Shawnee Mission Post

Shawnee Mission Post Estate Planning KC: When it comes to planning for long-term care, the earlier the betterShawnee Mission PostA generation ago, living to 80 years old was a milestone, but with modern medicine and advancement in the understanding of healthcare it is a regular occurrence. Thus, it is prudent to plan for your elderly years more thoroughly than your…read more →

Does a College Student Need an Estate Plan? | Credit.com – Credit.com News (blog)

Credit.com News (blog) Does a College Student Need an Estate Plan? | Credit.comCredit.com News (blog)There are steps your child can take that will allow you to stay involved in his or her medical and financial life once away at college. and more »

Does a College Student Need an Estate Plan? – Credit.com News (blog)

Credit.com News (blog) Does a College Student Need an Estate Plan?Credit.com News (blog)The good news is that there are steps your child can take that will allow you to stay involved in his or her medical and financial life once away at college. For example, your child can prepare the following simple medical-related estate planning …

Estate planning for non-married couples – nwitimes.com

Estate planning for non-married couplesnwitimes.comIn the past, most of my estate planning for unmarried couples involved same sex couples. Now that marriage equality is the law of the land, I don’t see that as much. However, I still see a fair number of older couples who are cohabitating. Love isn’t …

Siouxland Estate Planning Council names new leadership – Sioux City Journal

Siouxland Estate Planning Council names new leadershipSioux City JournalSIOUX CITY | The Siouxland Estate Planning Council has elected new officers and board members for the 2016-2017 year. Kim Cleaver-Kletschke of Stifel Nicolaus will serve as the organization’s president. Also elected: Christie Finnegan of Goosmann Law …

Chris Farrell: Many families fail to communicate about estate planning – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Chris Farrell: Many families fail to communicate about estate planningMinneapolis Star TribuneQ: Can you suggest any good book(s) about how to plan for an estate and communicate the plans so that expectations are managed? I am one of three adult children and I am worried that if my parents don’t figure things out and communicate, they will …

Peterson completes estate planning, retirement distribution program – Kearney Hub

Kearney Hub Peterson completes estate planning, retirement distribution programKearney HubThe program covered retirement distribution techniques to maximize income to recipients while minimizing potential income tax liabilities during retirement years. The seminar also addressed estate planning techniques for wealth distribution to heirs … and more »

Lewis Rice opens law firm dedicated to affordable estate planning – Madison County Record

Madison County Record Lewis Rice opens law firm dedicated to affordable estate planningMadison County RecordST. LOUIS – Lewis Rice has opened a new law firm in the St. Louis region to serve the estate planning market at an affordable rate. The new firm, TuckerAllen, is wholly owned by Lewis Rice and will operate from four offices in Kirkwood, O’Fallon, and…read more →