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How Do Special Needs Trusts Work?

Special needs trusts can help fund quality-of-life improvements for the beneficiary, such as a phone, a trip or a private room in a group care facility.
07/12/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Should I Update My Estate Plan?

Your estate plan should certainly be revised, if you have gotten married or divorced.
07/08/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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What Is Better, a Trust or a Will?

Preparing an estate plan for managing and distributing your assets in the case of death is one of the most important steps you could take to protect and provide for loved ones.
07/07/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Why Is Updating a Will Necessary?

Changes in tax law and in your personal life may mean that yours needs to be updated. Here are the easiest (and smartest) ways to do it.
07/06/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Is a Trust a Good Idea?

What will happen to your assets when you can no longer manage them?
07/05/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Do You Have a Will?

According to a recent Gallup poll, a little over half (54%) of adults in America don’t have a will.
07/04/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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What Is a TOD Beneficiary?

A person named as a transfer on death (TOD) beneficiary for an account will receive the assets held in it when the account owner dies.
07/01/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Do I Need an Estate Plan If I’m 25?

As soon as you are an adult, you should have an estate plan in place.
06/30/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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How Do Estate Plans and Trusts Work?

In this article, we will address two terms which some people use interchangeably, but which are very different things: living trusts and estate plans.
06/29/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Do I Need a Generation-Skipping Trust?

Due to recent tax law changes, your family may be able to avoid adverse federal estate tax consequences when you leave assets to your adult children.
06/28/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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