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Have you properly funded your revocable trust?

If your estate plan includes a revocable trust — also known as a “living” trust — it’s critical to ensure the trust is properly funded. Certain benefits aren't available if the trust isn't funded...

Powers of Attorney: Springing vs. Non-Springing

Estate planning typically focuses on what happens to your assets when you die, but it’s important plan for making critical financial and medical decisions if you’re unable to make those decisions.

Don't Overlook Tax Apportionment When Planning Your Estate

If you expect your estate to have a significant estate tax liability at your death, be sure to include a well-thought-out tax apportionment clause in your will or revocable trust.

Ask a Trust Officer: IRA Rollovers

Dear Trust Officer: When I retire in about a year, I’m expecting a six-figure distribution from my employer’s 401(k) plan. My retirement turns on what I do with this money...See the response here.

Estate & Gift Taxes in 2017

The amount exempt from the federal estate tax goes up to $5.49 million per decedent on January 1, 2017, an adjustment for 2016 inflation.

Choosing Your Trustee

When you create a trust, either now or to take effect under your will, whom do you want to choose as your trustee? Here are some things to consider.

Inheritance Planning for Adult and Minor Children

Now more than ever, a family fortune is something to be protected and nurtured. What is the answer? For many families, Trusts. Let's take a look.

Smarter in :90 - Choosing a Fiduciary and Trustee

The person who will administer your estate plan is a crucial decision. It's a large responsibility and can sometimes cause unnecessary tension in families.

6 Steps to Establishing an Estate Plan

Many are overwhelmed at the thought of getting a plan in place. It is a process that takes some commitment and perseverance. Here are six steps to getting a solid plan in place.

Don't Delay Your Estate Plan!

Are you are a young professional?  Do you have young children or are you expecting them? If so, now is the perfect time to create your first basic estate plan.