Generally Speaking: Funding Revocable Living Trust

Your estate plan may include a revocable living trust, which is a “will substitute.” That means that the trust document will determine who will receive your property after you die. If you have this type of trust, you will need to “fund” it by transferring your...

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How to Reclaim Your Power and Identity After Divorce

Guest Post by Emily Wishall, embodiment coach and certified Rolfer When it feels like your life, as you currently know it, is falling apart, how can you come back to your conviction and confidence in who you are as a feminine woman? How do you get to rediscover your...

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Estate Planning Tips for Seniors

Guest post by Mike Lies of Gold Compass Real Estate Planning for the future is a necessary step for seniors. It avoids family fights, legal fees and government possession. Estate planning can be a difficult process as there are some uncomfortable decisions that have...

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