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What Should I Know about a Power of Attorney?

Many people have signed at least one power of attorney in their life. A power of attorney, which names a trusted family member, friend or advisor as your “attorney-in-fact” to control your assets, is meant to be used, if you are incapacitated.

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What Should Same-Sex Couples Know about Estate Planning?

Some people might assume that estate planning is only for the wealthy. However, the reality is that anyone can, and should, engage in estate planning, regardless of wealth. Although creating an estate plan for same-sex couples isn’t totally different than for heterosexual couples, there are some considerations that are unique to same-sex couples.

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Couple’s Charitable Remainder Trust Helps University

Minnesota State University, Mankato President Edward Inch announced today that Robert Larson of Leesburg, Florida, has donated $1.4 million to the University in honor of his late wife, Virginia Larson, a Minnesota State Mankato alumna, who taught elementary school for 12 years.

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What Not to Do when Creating an Estate Plan

Sometimes people attempt to make an estate plan online without consulting legal and financial professionals to avoid the higher cost. However, everyone’s situation is unique, and using a boilerplate estate plan can lead to mistakes.

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What Happened to Charlie Daniels’ Estate?

Charlie Daniels played his last show before the pandemic on March 13, 2020, at the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall in Huntsville, Ala. Hunkered down at home in Mt. Juliet, Tenn., he spent the following months telling anyone who would listen — his son, journalists — that he couldn’t wait to get back on the road, where he still played up to 140 dates a year, an ambitious schedule for any artist, much less an 83-year-old.

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