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Why Estate Planning Is Important to Younger Adults

Posted by Steve Edwards | Sep 27, 2021 | 0 Comments

Most young adults don't consider estate planning a priority. Young adults in their twenties and thirties often think they don't own enough to constitute an estate. However, an estate is the total of all you own – money, investments, real estate, vehicles, business interests, digital assets (inclu...

New Alzheimer’s Drug Approved by the FDA

Posted by Steve Edwards | Sep 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved a new drug under the trademark Aduhelm™ to treat Alzheimer's disease. The drug, Aducanumab, is a therapeutic drug that clinically demonstrates a potential to delay further decline from Alzheimer's disease and is also the first FDA approv...

How to Include Cryptocurrency in Your Estate Planning

Posted by Steve Edwards | Sep 06, 2021 | 0 Comments

According to Florida Today, 46 million Americans own the well-known crypto asset, Bitcoin and the number of people owning cryptocurrency is growing steadily. Bitcoin was created in January 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. This digital or virtual currency is held ...

Who Inherits the Farm?

Posted by Steve Edwards | Aug 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Imagine that mother and dad have run the family farm for a long time. Now, though, they’re getting on in years and they’re considering moving into a smaller place. It’s now time to think about how the farm legacy should be worked out.

Do I Need a Trust?

Posted by Steve Edwards | May 31, 2021 | 0 Comments

Trusts can avoid an expensive, public, and lengthy probate process before your beneficiaries can inherit after you pass. Or, you might be in the classic “trust fund” situation, where you’re concerned that your children won’t be able to manage money wisely.

The Probate Process

Posted by Steve Edwards | Mar 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Probate is the legal process for authenticating a deceased person's will, reviewing their assets, paying their outstanding debts and taxes, and distributing what remains to their inheritors. After an asset-holder dies, the court will appoint a valid will's executor to administer the probate process. In the absence of a will, the court will appoint a state administrator to handle probate. Probate law varies by state, but there are steps in the process that are common.

Your Personal Property and Estate Planning

Posted by Steve Edwards | Mar 08, 2021 | 0 Comments

If your estate plan is all set, it should take care of your home, savings, and investments, making sure that your family will get those valuable estate items fairly and efficiently. Your plan will also protect your legacy from your children’s potential divorces or bankruptcies. What could go wrong?