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How Can I Relieve My Family’s Stress when I Die?

In this article, we discuss seven specific ways that you can make life easier for your loved ones after you die.
03/09/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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What are the Advantages of Putting Your Home in a Trust?

If you have a residence you would like to pass onto loved ones after your death, and you’re worried about your home going into probate, you may want to put your home in a property trust.
03/08/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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Can a Power of Attorney Withdraw Money from Bank Account?

The first step in understanding whether a power of attorney can transfer money to themselves is to understand the different types of power of attorney.
03/07/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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What Is an Estate Planning Checkup?

An appointment with your estate planning attorney can address any holes that have developed and ensure that everything is in place.
03/06/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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How Do I Leave Assets for Heirs?

No family is exactly like another, so here are some considerations to help you decide which distribution strategy best suits your situation, values and goals.
03/06/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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Three Ways to Making Trusts Millennial Friendly

If your estate plan benefits Gen Y (also known as Millennials) it’s important to design a trust that supports what makes them thrive.
03/04/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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What are the Causes and Risk Factors of Parkinson's Disease?

There are several known causes of Parkinson's disease (PD). This condition is associated with decreased amounts of dopamine in a small area of the brain called the substantia nigra and in its projections to the basal ganglia (deep nuclei inside the brain).
03/03/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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What are the Big Emotional Issues in Estate Planning?

There is a massive movement of money going on right under our nose. It’s not illegal or unethical. However, it’s fraught with peril.
03/02/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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How Does Estate Planning Work for Caregiving Children?

A not uncommon estate planning scenario is an elderly parent who lives with an adult child, either at the parent(s)’s home or at the child’s home.
02/27/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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Do You Need a Revocable or an Irrevocable Trust?

Trusts are excellent vehicles for probate avoidance, ease of transition of funds to one’s beneficiaries upon death, asset protection planning and estate tax planning.
02/24/23 • by: Shaw & Nelson, PLLC
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Louisville, Kentucky 40241

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