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Will Or Living Trust; Qualify for Medicaid; Estate Tax Repeal Bill; Business Protection Planning

April 8, 2015

Filed under: Estate Planning — Neel Shah @ 1:42 pm

Hear the Attorney’s of the Law Firm of Shah & Associates, P.C. describe the highlights of this weekly Blog Posts. For the full post, visit: http://lawesq.net/blog/

Should I Do a Will Or Living Trust? Part One
Anytime you hit the Internet to do some kind of research, you’re likely involved in thinking about the situation at hand, how a product or service will fit into your own life, and any unintended consequences that might pop up during the way. Just as choosing a new car or new home involves the careful weighing of options for your unique needs, estate planning involves the selection of tools that are most appropriate for you and your situation. Click here for more, http://lawesq.net/blog/2015/03/should-i-do-a-will-or-living-trust-part-one/

Should I Do a Will or a Living Trust? Part Two
If you read yesterday’s post, you’ll know that wills and living trusts each accomplish three goals, but they are not one and the same. Neither document is likely to be a comprehensive solution for all your needs, so you’ll need to consider what time period you are planning for. Click here for more, http://lawesq.net/blog/2015/03/should-i-do-a-will-or-a-living-trust-part-two/

Should I Just Give My Assets to My Kids To Qualify for Medicaid?
In the event that you or your spouse are facing a long-term care crisis and are concerned about spending down your assets quickly in order to qualify for Medicaid, it’s important to be aware of some of the potential pitfalls of acting too fast without carefully considering your options. Click here for more, http://lawesq.net/blog/2015/04/should-i-just-give-my-assets-to-my-kids-to-qualify-for-medicaid/

Estate Tax Repeal Bill Likely Headed for a Vote
In early March, Representatives Kevin Brady and Sanford Bishop introduced an estate tax repeal bill currently known as HR 1105. Although this isn’t the first estate tax repeal bill to appear as possible legislation, it’s quite likely to head to the House floor for a vote. It would be the first estate tax repeal bill in the last decade to make it that far. Click here for more, http://lawesq.net/blog/2015/04/estate-tax-repeal-bill-likely-headed-for-a-vote/

Benefits of an Annual Business Protection/Continuity Planning Review
Business owners are continually focused on managing risks, expanding the company, and enhancing profitability. As your company grows, it’s especially important to look at your vulnerabilities on a yearly basis to evaluate the plans you already have in place as well as future plans you may need. Click here to know more, http://lawesq.net/blog/2015/04/benefits-of-an…lanning-review/

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