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July 2018 Archives

Livestock owners have a unique estate planning concern

Many estate plans are drilled down to naming who will get what assets. For people who own livestock, there is a need to ensure that those animals are cared for after the owner passes away. This isn't always easy, but it might be a better option than the beloved livestock going to the slaughterhouse or being sold to the highest bidder.

Are you a long struggler when it comes to debt?

One of your tactics for dealing with difficult situations in life may relate to just sticking it out. After all, no bad time lasts forever, right? While this type of approach may work in some cases, it may benefit you more to take proactive measures to address certain predicaments, especially when it comes to your finances.

Estate administration duties can be difficult for loved ones

The estate administration duties that must be done after a person passes away can sometimes be complex. Trying to determine what debts must be paid and in what order, handling tax returns and finding assets and heirs can all be hard to do when the emotions from the loss are still so raw.

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