Splitting up a family farm is hardly a simple process. Farm families must not only determine how to sustain farm operations in later generations but also how to divide the estate equitably among children.
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Today’s Supreme Court ruling making same-sex marriages legal in all 50 states — Obergefell v. Hodges — has major financial implications for LGBT couples.
Divorce is never easy, but the divorce of a long-married couple can be especially hard, particularly when it comes to retirement and estate plans.
The Supreme Court will rule on same-sex marriage this month, but couples will continue to face legal hurdles.
These strategies can help keep your assets safe if you wind up in court.
Many people mistakenly believe that estate planning is only necessary for the wealthy.
This loophole closure would change the tax treatment of inheritances. Are you ready?
These four steps will help ensure your digital accounts and subscriptions aren’t lost when you die.
Whether never married, divorced or widowed, singles need to pay just as much attention to their estate planning as married folks.
Estate planning is essential for all Coloradoans. Find out what you need to know.
Divorced, remarried or widowed? Your estate plan needs extra attention.
This 8-point checklist can help determine whether your estate plan needs help.
Here’s how same-sex spouses can properly leverage the benefits of legal marriage.
Passing down a retirement account? Read this first.
Here’s why you’ve been putting off your estate plan—and advice on how to stop.
Trusts are expensive and only for the wealthy, right? Not exactly.