FINANCIAL POWERS OF ATTORNEY

WHAT IS A SPRINGING FINANCIAL POWERS OF ATTORNEY?

Leann Poston - May 24, 2022 - Estate Planning

Most people think of estate planning as preparing for the inevitable—when you are no longer around to take care of your loved ones and their financial needs. Having a well-thought-out estate plan is essential, but it should also consider how you will be taken care of if you can no longer manage your own financial […]

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What Happen with your social media after you die

WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT WHEN YOU DIE?

Gabriel Katzner - May 18, 2022 - Estate Planning

If you’re one of the 295 million Americans who use social media, you’ve amassed a library of posts, images, comments, videos, and other content. Your family’s social media presence may be intricately intertwined, with a web of sharing and commenting on each other’s posts. In addition to paying attention to all other aspects of estate […]

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WHAT IS A TANGLED TITLE?

Gabriel Katzner - May 11, 2022 - Estate Planning

Having the title to your home means that your name is on the deed. “Tangled Title” refers back to the scenario while you stay in a home you own (or have a proper to own) however your call isn’t at the deed. Most often, titles get tangled the person whose call is at the deed […]

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THE ROLES OF PEOPLE INVOLVED IN ESTATE PLANNING

Gabriel Katzner - April 26, 2022 - Estate Planning

The estate planning is the process of making decisions about what happens to you, your hard-earned assets, money, and property when you can no longer decide for yourself.  Your estate plan should include input from many people. If it doesn’t, it may fall short of your expectations and be ineffective at meeting your goals. Let’s […]

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estate planning 4 couples with an age gap

ESTATE PLANNING FOR COUPLES WITH AN AGE GAP

Gabriel Katzner - April 18, 2022 - Estate Planning

With couples of similar ages, planning for the future is quite naturally a joint effort. However, if you’re married to somebody who is considerably older or younger than you, the future will look different and mean various things to each of you. You wish to possess comprehensive money and estate plans to shield yourself, your […]

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NFTs

NONFUNGIBLE TOKENS (NFTs): WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Gabriel Katzner - April 12, 2022 - Estate Planning

NFTs has exploded over the last year or so, which prompts many questions. Of course, skeptical people just shake their heads and ask, “why”? But, the huge rise in sales of NFTs makes most people genuinely question what they are and wonder whether they may be missing out on an enormous opportunity. An NFT is […]

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What is a transfer-on death deed

EVERYTHING ABOUT TRANSFER-ON-DEATH DEED

Gabriel Katzner - March 29, 2022 - Estate Planning

A transfer-on-death-deed (TOD deed)  also known  as a beneficiary deed can be a helpful estate planning tool but it is not allowed in every state. A transfer -on-death deed lets you transfer your property to your beneficiary upon your death (as long as you still own it) without going through probate. Like a living trust, you […]

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ESTATE PLANNING FOR YOUR CHILDREN

Gabriel Katzner - March 21, 2022 - Estate Planning

Why is estate planning important? Probably you are wondering. If i don’t have my estate plan, won’t my spouse and children get my assets anyway? The answer is yes, they will get your assets , but they may not get them how you want,when you want, in a way that you would want The estate […]

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probate court reviewing a last will

SHOULD YOU EVER WANT TO GO TO PROBATE COURT?

Gabriel Katzner - March 14, 2022 - Estate Planning

Most people want to avoid probate court and look for legal strategies that will allow them to pass their money and property from one generation to the next without going to probate court. But, is there ever a time when probate court is the best option? What exactly is probate court? Probate court is a […]

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Young college Athlete staring into his financial future

PROTECTING THE FINANCIAL FUTURE OF COLLEGE ATHLETES

Gabriel Katzner - March 5, 2022 - Estate Planning

As of July 1, 2021, college athletes can profit from their name, image, and likeness (NIL). The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) policy allows college athletes and recruits to make money from endorsements, autograph signing, and personal appearances as long as they follow applicable state laws. The NCAA has long been criticized for its ability […]

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