In this post we address ten frequently asked estate planning questions. When the questions are state-specific, I’ll be giving the fast, anti-blabber, Louisiana answer. The following are the questions addressed in the video: 1. What is difference between a will and a trust? 2. What happens if I die without a will? 3. Do I need a power of attorney? 4. Do I need an estate plan if I’m not rich? 5. Does my will control my retirement accounts? 6. How do I protect my estate if I go into nursing home? 7. What’s the death tax? 8. How do [More]
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As I covered in my last video, estate planning can be tricky enough for anyone. If you’re also a business owner, the stakes are even higher. You basically have two heartfelt interests to tend to as you make your plans: your loved ones at home, and your labour of love at work. How do you harmonize your professional interests with your personal wealth? That’s an excellent “No Dumb Question” that’ I’ll cover today. ———————— Visit PWL Capital: Follow PWL Capital on: – Twitter: – Facebook: – LinkedIn: Follow Nancy Graham on – Twitter: – LinkedIn: [More]
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The question and answer sections were the focus of this estate planning seminar held in July 2012. Richard S. Land, attorney and member of Chipman, Mazzucco, Land & Pennarola, LLC, Danbury, Connecticut, made the presentation in five parts, each part building on the preceding one and followed by a question and answer session. Part One (and the Part One Q&A) covers: Will basics; consequences of not having a Will, the difference between probate property and nonprobate property; trusts; guardians; and executors. Part Two (and the Part Two Q&A) covers: federal and Connecticut estate taxes and estate tax “exemptions”; the “portable” [More]