Just 34% of adult Americans have an estate plan, and 37% of respondents said they didn’t have a plan ready.
A simple will works for some people, but maybe not for you. Are you in a second marriage? Have minor children? Are you concerned about fraud? These are just a few of the many reasons to consider a trust.
Nobody wants to think about how their loved ones will cope when they die. However, it’s important to plan effectively to ensure a smooth transition of your wealth and worldly possessions — even if you’re young or feel like you don’t have much to leave behind.
A trust is an estate planning tool you may consider using if you want to go beyond drafting a last will and testament.
The oldest son of Anne Heche has filed a petition to assume control of the late actress’s estate.
The thought of preparing your own will might feel a little daunting, bringing an onslaught of emotions like fear or sadness.
Do you know what will happen to your property, belongings, and debt when you die? What about your children? If you haven’t created an estate plan, now’s the time to start. Here’s how.
Famed country singer Johnny Cash had five children — but he only left his inheritance to one of them for a surprising reason.
What Is a Testamentary Trust?
While at Baltimore, Siragusa was also part of a defensive front considered by many to be among the best in NFL history.