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Why Most People Need an Estate Plan

March 7th, 2019 | estateplanningattorney

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 | estateplanningattorney

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 […]

Why Most People Need an #EstatePlan #EstatePlanning

January 11th, 2019 | estateplanningattorney

Why Most People Need an Estate Plan If you die intestate (without a will), the laws of your state determine what happens to your assets and your minor children. So unless you have an inordinate amount of faith in your beloved state legislature, you need a written will to make your wishes known. In addition […]

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

January 6th, 2019 | estateplanningattorney
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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 […]

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

December 23rd, 2018 | estateplanningattorney

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 […]

#Stocks Sell-Off Makes Strong Case For #BondConsolidation #Wills #Trusts #EstatePlanning

December 20th, 2018 | estateplanningattorney

by: Matthew Graham   MBS RECAP: Stock Sell-Off Makes Strong Case For Bond Consolidation   Dec 17 2018, 5:46PM Just when you thought we might be done talking about “consolidations,” there’s that word again!  I’d suggested on Friday that the modest bond market gains helped to confirm a consolidation as opposed to a correction, with […]

You work hard for your #family, and you owe it to yourself to secure your legacy, and your peace of mind, by setting up a proper #EstatePlan. #Lawyer #Wills #Trusts

December 12th, 2018 | estateplanningattorney

You work hard for your family, and you owe it to yourself to secure your legacy, and your peace of mind, by setting up a proper estate plan. A McDevitt Law attorney can strategize the best means for transferring your assets, minimizing taxes, establishing guardianship for your children, caring for your pets, supporting personal philanthropic […]

5 Reasons to Talk to a Lender Right Now Long Before You Buy a Home #Mortgage #RealEstateAttorney #Loans

December 11th, 2018 | estateplanningattorney

5 Reasons to Talk to a Lender Right Now—Long Before You Buy a Home Most potential home buyers wait to talk to a mortgage lender until they’re ready to buy. Makes sense, right? Why bother digging up your financial statements and filling out a bunch of paperwork if you’re not going to buy right away? […]

A #will must be drawn up in compliance with all applicable laws, in the jurisdiction where it was created #Trusts #EstatePlanningAttorney #Probate

December 9th, 2018 | estateplanningattorney

A will must be drawn up in compliance with all applicable laws, in the jurisdiction where it was created. If there is a possibility that probate proceedings might take place in another jurisdiction, this should be taken into account in the creation of a will.

According to US Law, assets left to your spouse are not subject to #estatetax #EstatePlanning #Massachusetts

December 8th, 2018 | estateplanningattorney

According to US Law, assets left to your spouse are not subject to estate tax. However, assets left to other heirs may be. McDevitt Law can help you structure your estate plan to account for this in the most favorable ways codified by the law.

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