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Psychiatric advance directives

How Do Psychiatric Advance Directives Helping the Aging?

POSTED ON: May 16, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
Psychiatric advance directives are estate planning tools to protect the mental health interests of individuals should they experience cognitive decline or incapacity.
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What are Alternatives to a Guardianship?

POSTED ON: May 14, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
Powers of attorney documents can protect your rights and wishes from being lost suddenly through a guardianship.
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Military personnel

Why Do Military Personnel Need Estate Plans?

POSTED ON: May 9, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
Veterans and active military personnel must protect their assets and their loved ones as well as their country.
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Financial Fraud

How is Cognitive Decline a Risk for Fraud?

POSTED ON: May 2, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
Vigilance of loved ones and estate planning protections are key to safeguarding those with cognitive decline from financial exploitation and fraud.
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What are Current Inheritance Trends?

POSTED ON: April 30, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
Recent national surveys provide insights on how inheritance trends impactestate planning strategies.
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What Should I Include on my 2024 Estate Planning Checklist?

POSTED ON: April 4, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
A checklist can help in managing and addressing the complexities of estate planning.
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Cognitive decline

How Can My Estate Plan Address Cognitive Decline?

POSTED ON: April 2, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
Preparing for cognitive decline is a critical aspect of estate planning.
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Advance directives

How Do Advance Directives Preserve Autonomy?

POSTED ON: March 19, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
Advance directives enable you to legally document healthcare and end-of-life preferences to preserve your values and autonomy should you become incapacitated.
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Estate Plan

Why Does the Average American Need an Estate Plan?

POSTED ON: March 14, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
Creating an estate plan is valuable for the average American not just the super wealthy.
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Family trust

Why Would Someone Use a Family Trust in Estate Planning?

POSTED ON: February 27, 2024 BY: Kyle Krull
A family trust is used to support multiple family members. Not all families are the same. I have seen more than 3,000 enter my office over the last 30 years. Some have close relational bonds. Others are affected by trauma, addiction, and broken relationships. Whatever the story, I see how my clients want to protect […]
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