Category Archives: Trust

Farmers who have more than one child have an estate planning dilemma. The most valuable property they have is almost always the land and the farm equipment. If all of the children are not interested in farming, it can be difficult to give them all an equitable inheritance. Farmers with multiple children have two seemingly […]

Many seniors in the U.S. fall victim to living trust scammers who scare and intimidate their victims into purchasing worthless, unnecessary trusts. Seniors need to know what to look out for to avoid being victims. Going through probate can be burdensome on an estate. The estate tax can devastate the wealth of estates. Both of […]

The Detroit Lions say that there is a succession plan in place for when the current owner passes away. They are not saying what that plan is, which might cause some concern for the NFL. Like other professional sports leagues the NFL has tight restrictions on who can own a franchise. It is important to […]

The family life and drama of Sumner Redstone is currently being played out in the media and on Wall Street. It is not the first time that a self-made billionaire's personal life has made the news and harmed his business when the founder gets old, so it would be wise to pay attention to the […]

One of the best times to review your estate plan or to get one, if you do not already have one, is when you are doing your yearly taxes. Even if you have the assistance of an accountant, filing your income tax return can be a time-consuming and frustrating process. Most people want to get […]