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What Should You Do With the Family Home?

  • 20 June 2017
  • Author: IEP Team
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What Should You Do With the Family Home?
Home Options for Aging Parents We who take care of aging parents know it well: the feeling of stress that comes with thinking of parents’ safety, finances, health and social isolation. However, grandparents’ and parents’ worries are usually about how they’ll manage to...

4 Things You Need to Know about Inheritance and Estate Taxes

  • 15 June 2017
  • Author: IEP Team
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4 Things You Need to Know about Inheritance and Estate Taxes
When it comes to estate and inheritance taxes, the legal definitions of these terms can differ slightly from state to state. When someone close to you has died and you've inherited their property, it's possible that you could pay some form of an inheritance tax or estate tax. To better...

How Your Marital Status Affects Your Estate Plan

  • 8 June 2017
  • Author: IEP Team
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How Your Marital Status Affects Your Estate Plan
Relationships define everything in life. While we can only enjoy them while we are alive, our relationships have huge impacts after we are gone. One place that romantic relationships can tend to cause complications is in estate planning. Your marital status will impact not only who inherits, but...

Who Needs a Legal Life Plan?

  • 17 May 2017
  • Author: IEP Team
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Who Needs a Legal Life Plan?
When it comes to a Legal Life PlanTM, everyone should have one (and we've covered the why pretty extensively). But there are some people whose needs are more pressing than others, and we're going to talk about those. Parents with Young Children/Children with Special Needs When it...

Why the State's Durable Power of Attorney is Better than Nothing (But Just Barely)

  • 21 March 2017
  • Author: IEP Team
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Why the State's Durable Power of Attorney is Better than Nothing (But Just Barely)
What is a Power of Attorney? When it comes to your affairs, you want to have someone you trust in charge in the event that you become incapacitated. Legally, to name someone as your "agent", you need to have a power of attorney. This documentation is a standard piece when it comes...
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