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How To Settle An Estate: Pay Final Bills, Dues, Taxes And Expenses

How To Settle An Estate: Pay Final Bills, Dues, Taxes And Expenses

How To Settle An Estate: Pay Final Bills, Dues, Taxes And Expenses This article on settling an estate is provided by Everplans — The web’s leading resource for planning and organizing your life. Their service allows for you to create, store and share important documents that your loved ones […]

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How To Distribute Personal Property After A Death

How To Distribute Personal Property After A Death

How To Distribute Personal Property After A Death Often times, personal items of sentimental or real value are not included in a Will. These items should be properly distributed to surviving family members. Here is an excellent article provided by Everplans to guide you through this process! […]

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How To Distribute Assets To Beneficiaries

How To Distribute Assets To Beneficiaries

How To Distribute Assets To Beneficiaries Another great article from the folks at Everplans!  Their blog is an excellent source of estate planning information.  We regularly share articles that we feel will be helpful for our customers and network of professionals. In order to properly distribute assets […]

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The Role of a Professional Fiduciary

The Role of a Professional Fiduciary

The Role of a Professional Fiduciary Balancing Care, Compassion, and Professional Advocacy Information source: www.PFAC-Pro.org/ Providing care as a Professional Fiduciary is as much a calling as it is a career. Fiduciaries practicing in the state of California are required to be licensed by the Professional Fiduciaries […]

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Top 5 Benefits: Naming a Licensed Fiduciary as your Successor Trustee

Top 5 Benefits: Naming a Licensed Fiduciary as your Successor Trustee

Top 5 Benefits: Naming a Licensed Fiduciary as your Successor Trustee BENEFIT #1: REMOVE THE BURDEN. Remove the burden from a family member who will most likely be mourning your decline/death.  Lower the stress levels during an already difficult time, by putting these often difficult and tedious […]

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Living Trust 101: How Living Trusts Avoid Probate

Living Trust 101: How Living Trusts Avoid Probate

Living Trust 101: How Living Trusts Avoid Probate Article shared from Nolo.com Most people want to leave as much of their money to their children, or other heirs, as possible — and want to avoid a big chunk of that money going to probate lawyers. That’s where […]

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6 Warning Signs That You’re Choosing The Wrong Executor

6 Warning Signs That You’re Choosing The Wrong Executor

6 Warning Signs That You’re Choosing The Wrong Executor If you’re like most of us, when choosing the person to settle your estate after you die, you’ll pick a close family member without much thought. They usually know us best, so naming a spouse, significant other, or […]

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10 Important Questions To Consider When Choosing Your Executor, Trustee, or POA

10 Important Questions To Consider When Choosing Your Executor, Trustee, or POA

10 Important Questions To Consider When Choosing Your Executor, Trustee, or Power of Attorney (Finance) Everplans.com and CEO and co-founder of Executor.org, Patrick O’Brien, offers insight on picking the right person to settle your estate. The person you name in your Will as executor is responsible for […]

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Naming a CA Licensed Professional Fiduciary in your Estate Plan

Naming a CA Licensed Professional Fiduciary in your Estate Plan

Naming a CA Licensed Professional Fiduciary in your Estate Plan No one wants to think about their death or demise any sooner than they must, but planning your estate in advance is a responsible and caring act that can reduce stress for your grieving loved ones. Hiring an […]

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EEA SUCCESS STORY #3: Mr. Smith – Serving Justice for our Veteran Friend

EEA SUCCESS STORY #3: Mr. Smith – Serving Justice for our Veteran Friend

EEA SUCCESS STORY #3: Mr. Smith – The Trusting Veteran who needed Justice to be Served. One of our referral partners noticed that something wasn’t right when they met with Mr. Smith. When his parents died a few years ago, Mr. Smith had inherited a property that was […]

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