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DATE: 08/18/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

What’s the Difference between a Living Will and a DNR Order?

Q: Is there a difference between a ‘living will’ and a ‘do not resuscitate’ order?
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DATE: 08/17/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

Do You Need a Power of Attorney?

When it comes to a power of attorney document, you don't seem to need it – until you suddenly, desperately do.
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DATE: 08/16/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

When Should I Hire an Estate Planning Attorney?

Here are four types of estate situations that could call for professional legal help.
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DATE: 08/15/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

How to Plan in a Time of Uncertainty

Pandemics, inflation, rising interest rates, war in the Ukraine—uncertain times indeed! And yet, in the world of estate planning, almost every change in the zeitgeist offers its own suite of planning opportunities and applicable techniques.
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DATE: 08/10/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

What are Mistakes to Avoid with Beneficiary Designations?

Here are five critical mistakes to avoid when dealing with your beneficiary designations.
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DATE: 08/09/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

Can Beneficiary Designations Be Challenged?

Retirement accounts fall into a category of assets that pass to heirs directly outside of the will and are not subject to probate. That is, if the paperwork is in order.
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DATE: 08/08/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

Why You Need a Digital Asset Estate Plan

…Ajemian’s account became the source of a nearly decade long legal battle that raised a salient question: Who can access your digital accounts after your death?
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DATE: 06/09/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

What Does Portability Mean in Estate Planning?

One of the most overlooked and misunderstood tax laws–available to married farming couples–is an opportunity called portability.
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DATE: 06/08/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

What Should I Know about Estate Planning before ‘I Do’?

The thought of weddings and romance, honeymoons, guest lists, where to register, etc., leaves little room for estate planning. This article will provide five estate planning tips for newlyweds.
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DATE: 06/07/2022By: Tremer & Tremer, P.C.

When Should I Update My Will?

There are some obvious triggers that might prompt you to update your will, such as changes in health or marital status. There are, however, also some not-so-obvious ones to be aware of, according to financial planners and attorneys.
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