All About Estates

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When Are You Married?

Most know that you don’t have to be legally married to have a “spouse” for income tax purposes, although legal marriage will work. If you have been living with someone in a conjugal relationship for 12 months or more regardless of your sex at birth, you will be considered spouses…

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Trust and (Mis)Communication in Families

There is a recurrent theme that I continue to see in my elder care work with families. It involves a breakdown in communication that has likely started sometime ago. As a result of this miscommunication, the trusting relationship that I would like to be believe originally existed there, has been…

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Cowboy Will Writers in the U.K.: Save Now and Pay Later?

Cowboy will writers spark regulation of the will writing market in the U.K. Often the attempt by the testator to save money by not seeking professional estate planning advice, results in expensive estate litigation later on.

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