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Wills & Trusts

Estate Planning Tips for Avoiding Probate

Probate is a word many people have heard of, and of those who have heard it many know they should want to avoid it. But why should you want to avoid probate? And what exactly is probate? Is there a minimum amount of assets that necessitate probate? What about if you have a will, is... Read more » Read more…

Business Succession Planning Explained in TuckerAllen Town Hall

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Estate Planning Checklist: Important Steps and Must Dos

This estate planning guide will walk you through the most important estate planning considerations. Read more…

Town Hall Discusses Strategies for Long-Term Care

​TuckerAllen recently hosted a virtual town hall discussing strategies to help pay for long-term care. The town hall was hosted by moderator Scott Trout and featured a panel of TuckerAllen estate planning attorneys who discussed one of the most common dilemmas people face as they age. Read more…

TuckerAllen Town Hall Discusses Trust Distribution Options

TuckerAllen recently hosted a virtual town hall that provided a detailed overview of trust distributions, hosted by moderator Scott Trout. The town hall featured a panel of TuckerAllen estate planning attorneys who reviewed the most important information concerning trust distribution options. Read more…

What is the Difference Between a Will and Living Trust

Most people only have a vague notion of what a will and a living trust is. Since both involve transferring or protecting assets, they’re often confused. But both of these documents serve different purposes. Read more…

Ensuring Your Home Is Passed on to Your Children

The estate planning process offers three options for passing on your home to your children. A will, living trust, or modification to the deed of your home are all ways to make sure your family home stays in the family. Read more…

Naming a Trustee May Be One of the Most Important Decisions of Your Life

When it’s time to appoint a trustee, often the choice is between a person, such as a trusted friend or family member, or a financial institution. The final decision isn’t so easy. Read more…

It Isn’t Too Late to Keep This New Year’s Resolution

To truly make a difference in your life, consider making resolutions that will help ensure the financial security of your family. Read more…

ABLE Accounts Can Benefit Loved Ones with Special Needs

For families with disabled loved ones who are eligible for benefits such as Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), it can be a challenge to provide the most comfortable life possible for the family member, yet not jeopardize the person's eligibility for needed government benefits. Read more…

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