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How do I fund a trust?

Setting up a trust can be a wise estate planning decision for people looking to avoid probate and certain complications of transferring assets after death. However, a trust could ultimately cause more problems than it solves if it is not set up properly.

Is it always wise to have a family member administer an estate?

There may be no one you trust more than your spouse and your kids. These people know you better than anyone and understand you; they may have seen you at your worst and your best. They probably know what you want and can even anticipate your needs.

Study reveals gaps in parents' plans for special needs children

Every parent has a lot to worry about when it comes to their children, whether it's their health and nutrition or their ambitions for the future. In all this congestion of concern, it can be easy to overlook certain planning tools that can provide critical safety nets, like estate plans.

3 critical mistakes to avoid when setting up a trust

Estate planning is an area of law where people can easily get confused and overwhelmed. Add to this the fact that it can involve uncomfortable subject matter, and it can prove to be a much more challenging process than people anticipate. However, all this is not to say you should ignore or minimize the importance of having a comprehensive estate plan in place.

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