Legal Articles, Estate

Passing without an Estate Plan

If you die without a will or a revocable living trust, your assets will pass to close family members in a manner that the Minnesota legislature has determined. However, there are some assets that will pass by beneficiary designations too. In effect, you have multiple estate plans in place.

Financial Planners and The Florida Asset Protection Trust

Financial Planners and The Florida Asset Protection Trust

Fair and Equal Estate Planning

Fair and Equal Estate Planning

Probate and Long Term Health Care

Probate and Long Term Health Care

Estate Planning Benefits of Trusts other than Avoiding Estate Tax

This article describes the three main benefits of trusts besides avoiding estate taxes including avoiding probate, distribution planning and asset protection for children in first marriages.

The Benefits of the Deceased Spousal Unused Exemption

This article illustrates how the law of allowing a surviving spouse to use the unused estate tax transfer exemption of the deceased spouse works.

What is an NFA Gun Trust

NFA Firearms are guns and other items regulated by the NFA.. Many people mistakenly refer to them as “Class 3” firearms or weapons. The NFA regulates the sale, use, possession, and transfer of machine guns, short-barreled shotguns and rifles, silencers, destructive devices, and AOWs.

The Florida Asset Protection Trust

Florida Asset Protection Trust is designed to protect asstes from creditors, elective share claims, and loss due to nursing homes.

Estate Planning Guide for New Parents

An Estate Planning Guide for New Parents

Estate Planning Guide for New Parents

Estate Planning Guide for New Parents

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