Posts Tagged 'Living Will'

Estate Planning is Still Relevant: Three Key Documents Every Adult Should Have

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The federal estate tax exemption, which is the maximum amount of wealth an individual can have when they die but not pay any federal estate tax, used to be $600,000. The families of the deceased who exceeded this limit were often people who did not consider themselves rich—maybe a farming family with a small working farm for example. Unfortunately, they often discovered that all it took was a little bit of real estate, combined with the death benefit payout from ...

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Hey, what about a Living Will?

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Recently, I watched the season premiere of “Brothers and Sisters.” It was packed with legal issues, pertinent to the type law I practice. You know the show, the strong matriarch, Sally Fields, at the head of the whiny family known as the Walkers. It takes place one year after the horrible automobile accident that occurred at the cliffhanger last May.

Last season left us with a multiple car pileup on the expressway in California. Brother Justin, who conveniently has paramedic training from the ...

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