Dead Hand Control: How Much is Too Much?


This article examines trying to exert control over your beneficiaries after death. Often, clients try to dictate the exact manner in which funds are used. Usually, it is a better course to give the trustee discretion. The post Dead Hand Control: How Much is Too Much? appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Hartford Elder Law Lawyers Help You Get Ready to Retire


Hartford elder law attorneys provide you with invaluable help preparing for the future. One of the things that elder law attorneys can provide help with is preparing for retirement. Planning ahead to retire when you want to is important because you need to take steps to make sure you have the money to retire. You also need […] The post Hartford Elder Law Lawyers Help You Get Ready to Retire appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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6 Important Estate Planning Considerations – Part 4: Beneficiary Designations


Beneficiary designations can be a simple way to pass assets at death. While beneficiary designations avoid probate, they may introduce other problems. This article shows how a revocable trust can provide a more flexible way to achieve a client’s goals. The post 6 Important Estate Planning Considerations – Part 4: Beneficiary Designations appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Estate Planning is Too Important to Procrastinate


Only 44% of Americans have even a simple Will. We procrastinate for several reasons. Learn those reasons and how to push past them. Learn, briefly, why planning is important. The post Estate Planning is Too Important to Procrastinate appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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