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Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning

Do You Really Need A Will? #EstatePlanningAttorney #Hingham #Massachusetts #Trusts #Wills

March 15th, 2019 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning
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Do You Really Need A Will? If you wonder whether you need a will, the answer is probably yes. Here’s why. By Rosie Wolf Williams, Next Avenue Contributor  You might have heard that Prince died without a will, which is likely to lead to a major battle over his estate. But do mere mortals like […]

Why you (yes, you!) need to prepare a #will now! | Haven Life #EstatePlanning #Wills #Trust

March 9th, 2019 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning

Creating a will may seem complex, but nearly everyone needs a last will and testament, and creating a will can be simple. Here’s why creating one now is so important.   Get the oil changed. Clean the gutters. Make a will. Regardless of whether it’s an actual list or just a few to-dos running through […]

Why Most People Need an Estate Plan

March 7th, 2019 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning

If you have some assets (maybe just a car and some nice furniture) or minor children, you still need an estate plan–even if taxes are not an issue. By BillBischoff   Thanks to the $5.12 million federal estate tax exemption for those who die in 2012, most folks are not exposed to the federal estate […]

Revocable vs irrevocable #trust: choosing one for you Haven Life #EstatePlanningAttorney

February 22nd, 2019 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning

Revocable vs irrevocable trust: choosing one for you Haven Life Thinking about setting up a trust for your family? Learn the differences between revocable and irrevocable trusts and which may be the right fit for you. We have all heard the cliché that the only guaranteed things in life are death and taxes. While neither […]

How to #Donate a House and Why You Might Want to Really Do It #RealEstate #ClosingAttorney #EstatePlanning

January 29th, 2019 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning

How to Donate a House and Why You Might Want to Really Do It While donating money, art, and other possessions may be common, there are instances when people might wonder how to donate a house. This question might crop up if there’s an organization you’d like to support, and you have a house you want […]

If you care about #PreservingWealth for your loved ones you need an #EstatePlan

January 16th, 2019 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning
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If you care about preserving your wealth for your loved ones, then you need an estate plan. Estate planning is a very personal process, and you want to be comfortable with the professionals you’re working with. No one knows that as much as the experienced attorneys as McDevitt Law Group who have been helping people […]

Your #EstatePlan is determined by your specific goals, whether simple or complex.

January 6th, 2019 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning
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McDevitt Law Group helps both individuals and couples create an Estate Plan, drafting a Will or Trust, and prepare Healthcare Documents. With our expertise in drafting and consultation we can help you prepare your Estate Planning documents to best reflect your goals. Every person’s estate planning needs are different. Let McDevitt Law Group’s experience guide […]

As of 2018 you may give away as much as $15,000 per year without incurring #GiftTaxes #EstatePlanningAttorney #Attorney

December 27th, 2018 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning
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One tax strategy to minimize, or avoid, federal estate and gift tax is to distribute your property incrementally, as gifts during your lifetime. • • • • • • Contact a McDevitt Law Group Estate Planning Attorney Today

#EstatePlans can include #DurablePowerofAttorney, a #LivingWill, #HealthcareProxy #Attorney #Milton #Massachusetts

December 26th, 2018 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning
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Estate plans can include durable power of attorney, a living will, and/or a healthcare proxy. Your estate plan can be set up to create directives that dictate what should happen to your estate, in regards to your personal care if you were to become legally incapacitated. McDevitt Law Group helps both individuals and couples create […]

7 Things Your #EstatePlanner Wants You to Know Before You Die #Wills #Trusts #EstateAttorney #FamilyLaw

December 23rd, 2018 | Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning

7 Things Your Estate Planner Wants You to Know Before You Die Very few people would call estate planning fun. But it doesn’t have to be painful for your loved ones—as long as you prepare properly. Unfortunately, planning your estate is a necessity—unless you’re hoping to drive your beloved family members into a no-holds-barred catfight […]

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