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When You Don’t Believe the Executor or Administrator is Doing a Good Job
Posted January 21, 2016

When You Don’t Believe the Executor or Administrator is Doing a Good Job Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky  A provision found in most every will or trust is the appointment of an executor or administrator (in the case of a will) and the naming of a trustee (who oversees management of the trust). With very […]

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When is the Best Time to Engage in Medicaid Planning?
Posted January 07, 2016

When is the Best Time to Engage in Medicaid Planning? Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were approximately 1. 4 million individuals living in nursing homes in the United States during 2013. The statistics do not indicate how many of those individuals living in nursing homes […]

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The Best Trustee for your Estate Plan
Posted December 21, 2015

The Best Trustee for your Estate Plan Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky The Best Trustee for Your Estate Plan. In 2005 a trust beneficiary filed a law suit against her trustee (her father) claiming that her father illegally transferred $2 billion of her money to a trust for another beneficiary. The case was settled for […]

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Should you Review Your Current Estate Plan?
Posted November 11, 2015

Should you Review Your Current Estate Plan? Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky Should you Review Your Current Estate Plan? Estate planning is essential for all those with children, who own a home, own a business, may need long-term care, and in many other situations. Jenny and Bill recently met with their attorney for a review […]

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