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What are the implications of passing on property to heirs? We review how to leave real estate in a will and prepare for this transition.
Leaving a legacy can be complicated. We review the best way for grandparents to give money to grandchildren.
Marriage, death and divorce are, of course, reasons to update an estate plan. We review other times to review what’s included in this financial document.
Many people are devoted to a group or cause and want to leave them an endowment. Before leaving money to a charity in your will, ask these questions.
Having a Will can give you peace of mind knowing your requests will be followed.
What are the differences between a basic will, pour-over will, tax-saving will, living trust and more? Learn more about wills and trusts in this informative article.
Costs and delays can slow probate. Here are some ways to help save money and speed up the process.
When named the executor of a will there are many responsibilities to fulfill.
This handy estate planning checklist form can provide thought-starters for tasks involved with planning your estate.
Find out how preparing a living will can help make sure your wishes are honored if you are ever unable to speak for yourself.
Wills and trusts are an important part of estate planning. Wherever you are in the planning process, know your options.
From life insurance to a special needs trust, here’s what you need to know to keep your loved one financially secure.
Choosing a guardian is a significant choice, especially when a child has disabilities. We discuss the details of special needs guardianships.
We review creating a special needs financial plan, which can ensure a family member with special needs receives the care they need.
There are a range of care options and programs for children and adults with disabilities — we offer insight into several options.
Learn how a special needs trust could help address the lifelong financial needs of a loved one with special needs.
Setting up a special needs plan for a child or adult is critical. Consider a special needs lawyer to ensure protection and thoroughness of your plan.
What factors should you consider when choosing a beneficiary?
Many adults are faced with supporting parents through important life events. We discuss how to approach aging parents about finances.
It's hard to plan for the worst when times are good, but if a financial emergency strikes, you'll be happy you did.
A personal financial plan is important for your financial future. It's easy to start once you know these steps.
When it comes to tax and important documentation, knowing whether to keep it or shred it is important. We’ve compiled information to help you with this important task.
The information in this article was obtained from various sources not associated with State Farm®. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. The information is not intended to replace manuals or instructions provided by the manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under our policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information.