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Estate Planning

Tax Implications for Estate Planning

The estate planning attorneys at Snee, Lutch, Helmlinger & Spielberger help clients resolve disputes regarding wills, trusts and estates and can oversee administration of any estate, no matter the size. Contact our team of estate planning attorneys today for more information.

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How Often Should You Update Your Estate Plan?

Because circumstances change over time, it is important to revisit one’s estate plan regularly and ensure that all information is still relevant. The experienced estate administration attorneys at Snee, Lutche, Helmlinger & Spielberger have provided information below regarding how and why to routinely update an estate plan. How Often Should Reviews Occur It is important…

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Estate Planning for Blended Families

The number of remarriages has been steadily rising over the past few decades. Families now include children, stepchildren, former spouses and in-laws. When it comes to estate planning for such families, the concept of who gets what after a death in the family can become complicated. Here, the estate and trust planning law specialists at…

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Estate Planning Tips for 2017

When was the last time you looked at your estate plan? Was it just after getting married? Perhaps you updated a few things when your children were born? Maybe you have yet to put together an estate plan. It is never too soon to begin preparing your estate, and the beginning of a new season…

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Why You Should Not DIY Your Estate Plan

There are many ways to learn the basics of estate planning. The internet in particular offers a vast wealth if information regarding the topic. However, estate planning is a detailed and tedious process that requires experience and legal knowledge. Individuals, therefore, should avoid trying to undertake the process alone. Here, the estate planning attorneys at…

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Digital Estate Planning

Wills, trusts and powers of attorney are all essential parts of an estate plan. Yet, given the rapid growth of technology and the extent of the average American’s presence online, it is imperative that individuals create an estate plan for their digital assets. Technology continues to change the way we live. From online banking to…

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Estate Planning for Millennials

Many people do not start to consider creating an estate plan until they have reached a certain age, started a family or built a career and a savings. But it is equally as important for younger individuals to be planning their estates as it is for older generations. The estate planning attorneys at SLHS, have…

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Estate Planning: Educational Trusts Explained

Educational trusts ensure that the money being allocated to a fund can only be used for educational expenses. It is important to structure these trusts properly so that funds are used in a specified manner and at the time they are intended. When structuring a trust, you must specify the terms designating elements like how,…

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Setting up a Trust for Minor Children

The estate planning attorneys at Snee, Mahoney, Lutche & Helmlinger discuss the importance of creating a trust for minor children and explanations on how to do so. A trust for minors is very similar to a trust for adults with the sole exception that the testator (or the person creating the trust) must appoint a…

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Setting up a Trust for Minor Children

The estate planning attorneys at Snee, Mahoney, Lutche & Helmlinger discuss the importance of creating a trust for minor children and explanations on how to do so. A trust for minors is very similar to a trust for adults with the sole exception that the testator (or the person creating the trust) must appoint a…

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