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What Happens to Your Digital Movies When You Die? (Hint: Read the Fine Print in the User Agreement)

In today’s digital age, many people have a library of digital assets that may include items such as books, music, and movies. One of the perceived benefits of owning these digital items is having a convenient way to access your favorite media indefinitely with just a few mouse clicks.

By |2021-07-09T08:52:37-05:00July 13th, 2021|Trusts & Estates|Comments Off on What Happens to Your Digital Movies When You Die? (Hint: Read the Fine Print in the User Agreement)

Why Is My Trust So Long?

Creating a comprehensive plan for your future involves numerous different and critical elements. Working with a lawyer to create an estate plan, with its various documents, provisions, and pages, is comparable to hiring a plumber to fix a complicated problem.

By |2021-06-15T17:26:12-05:00June 22nd, 2021|Trusts & Estates|Comments Off on Why Is My Trust So Long?

The Trust Protector: Your Guardian Angel

Traditionally, the three roles that must be filled when setting up a trust are the settlor (also called a grantor, trustor, or trustmaker), the trustee, and the beneficiary. All three roles are necessary to create a trust that functions properly.

By |2021-06-14T09:32:49-05:00June 15th, 2021|Trusts & Estates|Comments Off on The Trust Protector: Your Guardian Angel

It’s All in the Family: Understanding Common Legal Terms That Describe Loved Ones in Estate Planning

Many do-it-yourself estate and trust documents do not accurately define and distinguish the different groups, and if you are not aware of the distinctions, you may believe that you are protecting someone when you are not.

By |2021-05-03T11:43:29-05:00May 4th, 2021|Trusts & Estates|Comments Off on It’s All in the Family: Understanding Common Legal Terms That Describe Loved Ones in Estate Planning
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