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Beware of Joint Bank Accounts and the Federal Gift Tax While You are Trying to Prepare for Your Family’s Future

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Because life is full of uncertainties, accidents, and surprises, it is always recommended you take the time to meet with an lawyer to hash out how you want your personal property and assets to be divided up if something were to happen to you. It is also recommended you meet with a legal professional… Read More »

Pet Trusts: the Newest Trend in Estate Planning

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It may sound strange, but estate planning for companion animals is getting increasingly common. Those of us who think of our pets as family members are quickly learning that one of our responsibilities is to ensure that they are cared for long after we become incapable of doing so. Generally, there are two types… Read More »

How will the New Supreme Court Decisions Affect Estate Planning?

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The Supreme Court has been busy this year. It has handed down many significant decisions in 2015, ranging from traffic stops to same-sex marriage. However, the implications of such decisions stretch beyond the right to marry, but rather how marriage can now affect how you will be taxed, pay for healthcare, and plan your… Read More »

Tennessee Filial Responsibility Rules

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In some states, the law states that if a parent is unable to care for themselves and pay their own medical bills, the children are responsible for the costs of care. This is what is known as filial responsibility, and it affects children of parents that reside in 29 different states across the country,… Read More »

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