Estate planningEstate planning involves making decisions about how to take care of the people you love and the things you own in the event you become disabled or die.
All Questions: Estate planning
My dad was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer at 64 years of age and could no longer work. Was he eligible for Social Security?
What cost basis is used to calculate value if we were to sell some of the stock that was given in a trust?
Sister designated me as sole beneficiary to everything in her will. Her pension fund said I wasn't listed but it is listed in the will. What do I do?
Is there any specific company you would suggest looking in to for support in financial planning for twins?
Our mother is likely to pass away in the next few months. Is it a mistake for the trust in her name to make yearly $10K distribution to heirs now?
Can my sister and I change the distribution time of an irrevocable trust now that we are 2/3 the majority?
If both siblings have a long psychiatric history after the set up of the family living trust, how will the trust proceed after parent's death?