Estate Planning Articles

Estate Planning for Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies

Estate Planning

As cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and others increase in popularity and circulation in the economy, it is important to plan for the transition of cryptocurrency in your estate plan and the tax consequences of cryptocurrency.  The IRS is paying […]

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Remote Notarization and Witnessing for Estate Plans and Real Estate Documents

COVID-19 Estate Planning Real Estate

Remote Notarization and Witnessing is now allowed in Michigan under Executive Order 2020-41 throughout Michigan’s COVID-19 emergency.  Physical presence in front of notary and the requirement for physical original signatures have been temporarily suspended under Michigan’s Notary Act and the […]

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Secure Act

Estate Planning

It’s called the Secure Act, and what you don’t know about it could end up costing thousands.  The Secure Act was signed into law on December 20, 2019, and it means big changes for your pre-tax retirement accounts. Prior to […]

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Considering a Prenuptial Agreement?

Estate Planning

Getting married? Has your fiancée approached you about signing a prenuptial agreement? If so, make sure you have an attorney – your attorney – look at it first. Now discussing a prenuptial agreement may not be as romantic or fun […]

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Estate Planning When You Are Separated

Estate Planning

Today’s modern family can be complex. In fact, today, many spouses have chosen to remain permanently separated without going through the process of divorce. While this arrangement may work in the short-term, such an arrangement has serious unforeseen consequences after […]

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Why it is important to find the time to plan your estate?

Estate Planning

Nobody wants to contemplate their death, but it is important to take control of your estate plan before it is too late. Estate plans help to maintain your wishes. If you want certain people to get certain assets you can […]

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