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If you are online frequently, searching for service providers or looking for answers to questions you have about products, chances are you have encountered – and perhaps used – live support. It can be handy to have someone available to answer a quick question with minimal effort on your part.
Posted by Jason Bland on 10.15.12 in Articles.
When parents of get older and have multiple children, one child may provide caretaking responsibilities for the parent. These added duties include care at home including chores such as cooking, cleaning, organizing, and any other duties that are associated with home care. Added duties can also include companionship and spending extra time with an older parent that may be lonely and alone otherwise.
Posted by Evan Guthrie on 10.12.12 in Articles.
Although it is difficult to think about your own mortality, if you have minor children under the age of eighteen then it is something that you must consider for their own protection and well being. The estate plan that you come up with when you are still alive will greatly affect and shape the course of their entire lives. A major part of coming up with an estate plan for a minor child is deciding what age the child will receive their inheritance. This is a major advantage of actually making an estate plan as opposed to not having one and dying intestate.
Posted by Evan Guthrie on 10.11.12 in Articles.
Although it is difficult to think about your own mortality, if you have minor children under the age of eighteen then it is something that you must consider for their own protection and well being. The estate plan that you come up with when you are still alive will greatly affect and shape the course of their entire lives. A major part of coming up with an estate plan for a minor child is deciding what age the child will receive their inheritance. This is a major advantage of actually making an estate plan as opposed to not having one and dying intestate.
Posted by Evan Guthrie on 10.11.12 in Articles.
Although it is difficult to think about your own mortality, if you have minor children under the age of eighteen then it is something that you must consider for their own protection and well being. The estate plan that you come up with when you are still alive will greatly affect and shape the course of their entire lives. A major part of coming up with an estate plan for a minor child is deciding what age the child will receive their inheritance. This is a major advantage of actually making an estate plan as opposed to not having one and dying intestate.
Posted by Evan Guthrie on 10.11.12 in Articles.
Some families are blessed with a child that is extremely successful in terms of wealth. This condition can make planning an estate more challenging than it would normally be. Making an estate plan as a parent that has one child that is more successful than the other children can present some difficulties if you do not properly plan ahead.
Posted by Evan Guthrie on 10.10.12 in Articles.
Some families are blessed with a child that is extremely successful in terms of wealth. This condition can make planning an estate more challenging than it would normally be. Making an estate plan as a parent that has one child that is more successful than the other children can present some difficulties if you do not properly plan ahead.
Posted by Evan Guthrie on 10.10.12 in Articles.
Facebook has been taking steps over the past several months that show a growing understanding of how businesses and individuals are using its service for marketing purposes.
Posted by Jason Bland on 10.9.12 in Articles.
Making an estate plan is an important step in taking control of your financial life, but you must have an accurate and complete picture of your overall net worth and potential for growth of your net worth in the future.
Posted by Evan Guthrie on 10.9.12 in Articles.
There will come a point when the conversation with your estate planning attorney may get uncomfortable or personal and you feel that you should not reveal everything and hold some information back. Deciding to hold back information could jeopardize your the plan for your estate though. Your estate plan is only as good as how much you share with your estate planning attorney.
Posted by Evan Guthrie on 10.5.12 in Articles.