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Legacy Planning: Who Would Care For Your Children?

Who Would Care For Your Children If You Were Unable To Do So? Did you know that couples with minor children should take special considerations when undertaking legacy planning or what some refer to as estate planning? In this stage of life, many are in the beginning of their career/s. Their estate may not be […]

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Can I Discharge My Student Loans in a Bankruptcy Proceeding?

There are ongoing changes in and around the realm of higher education finance in recent years resulting in confusion surrounding discharging student loan debt in bankruptcy. While experts will agree that it is technically possible for a student loan to be discharged during a bankruptcy proceeding, it is only possible when certain conditions are met. […]

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How to Avoid Estate Disputes

After a loved one passes away the very last thing anyone wants is a dispute over the assets left behind. Everyone involved, including the lawyers and the entire court system, want the process to run smoothly for the sake of all involved. Yet even when everyone involved has the best of intentions, bitter disputes can […]

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Managing Expectations and Benefits of Bankruptcy

If you already filed or are considering bankruptcy, you need to understand how it affects your credit. This involves clearing up some common misconceptions about how bankruptcy affects your credit. Myth No. 1 If you don’t have negative information on your credit report prior to bankruptcy, you will have a higher post-bankruptcy credit score than […]

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What is an "Estate Plan"?

We have listed a few of the most common questions and answers about an “estate plan” to help you decide what options are best for you. What is a Will? A “Will” is a legal document that lets you decide who inherits your property when you die. If you have young children, a Will can […]

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