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6 Important Estate Planning Considerations – Part 2: Long-Term Care


Many considerations must be addressed in an estate plan, not just who gets whatever’s left after your death. Long-Term Care expenses are an ever-increasing concern. Your estate plan should consider how those expenses would get paid. This article looks at several ways to plan for those expenses. The post 6 Important Estate Planning Considerations – Part 2: Long-Term Care appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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6 Important Estate Planning Considerations – Part 1: Incapacity


One of the most important considerations in an estate plan is incapacity planning. This article describes how an estate plan provides incapacity planning and the documents which may be used to accomplish that planning. It also looks at how having a plan in place may relieve stress during an emergency. The post 6 Important Estate Planning Considerations – Part 1: Incapacity appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Westport Estate Planning Lawyers Explain Key Reasons to Make Advanced Directives


Westport estate planning lawyers help you to be prepared for your future through the creation of legal documents and the use of legal tools that you need to have in place in case something happens to you. While no one likes to think about becoming sick and becoming unable to make medical decisions on their own, [ ] The post Westport Estate Planning Lawyers Explain Key Reasons to Make Advanced Directives appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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When a Will Isn’t Enough For Your Estate Plan

Hartford estate planning attorneys can provide you with invaluable help in creating your estate plan. Many people believe, erroneously, that making a last will and testament is the only thing that they need to do in order to create an estate plan and provide for their families after they have passed on. A will is actually insufficient for [ ] The post When a Will Isn t Enough For Your Estate Plan appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Estate Planning: Simple is not Always Better

Clients often want the simplest estate planning solution possible. While keeping it simple is an understandable goal, the simplest solutions are not often the best. This article shows a couple simple solutions for estate planning and why, in most circumstances, a living trust is at the center of a more robust estate plan and more likely to provide the desired protections. The post Estate Planning: Simple is not Always Better appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Estate Planning: The Simplest Plan is Usually Not the Best

Clients often want the simplest estate planning solution possible. However, the simplest solution is doing nothing. Usually, doing nothing does not result in the desired outcome. The post Estate Planning: The Simplest Plan is Usually Not the Best appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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When is Leaving an Equal Inheritance Inequitable?


Estate planning attorneys can provide you with help as you make important decisions about what you want your legacy to be. Some of the most important decisions that you will need to make are often centered around who you should leave your wealth to and how you should transfer your assets to best protect your property [ ] The post When is Leaving an Equal Inheritance Inequitable? appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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