What Happens To Your Online Assets Once You Die?? Since, the trend of “going green” or being digitally social continues to spread, the issue of what happens to your online accounts is becoming more popular. Please click here, for more information regarding your online accounts and how to gain access of a decedent’s account. David …
Attorney, speaker & author David M. Frees III presents leadership training program for the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation.
The 2013 Estate and Gift Tax Changes and You – Strategies and Info on The New Laws for 2013 and Beyond
The new estate and gift tax rules and what you need to consider in your...
Executors May Want to Rethink Accepting their Executor’s Fee Many executors will receive money for the administrative work they have carried out. However, it may be in the executors best interest to waive their fee for tax saving purposes. For more information as to to when and why executors may want to waive their fee click …
Pre-Nuptial agreements is an estate planning tool which can be used to protect your assets. If you are going to be getting married or about to enter into a second marriage click here for information on how pre-nuptial agreements can help protect your assets.
The use of specific performance may force an executor to sell real estate once the seller has died
changes in executors, family circumstances, life insurance, and other financial factors can require and update to your estate planning
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Forbes magazine's review of the ways in which the economy is changing baby boomer spending and planning.