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November 2011

Titling Real Estate

by Jayne Sykora November 28, 2011 Estate Planning 101

When working with clients on their estate plans, one of the most important items to consider and understand is how real estate is titled. First, let’s discuss what “title” means. Title is a legal term […]

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Premarital Wills

by Jennifer Santini November 26, 2011 Estate Planning 101

If a testator executes a Will before getting married and never updates the Will to include the spouse before he or she passes away, the surviving spouse is known as a pretermitted spouse. In such […]

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Credit card debt and real estate – how are they associated?

by Stewart Smith November 22, 2011 Guest Articles

Credit cards seem to be a blessing and a curse for many individuals. Establishing credit history is important for consumers to earn a high credit store, which will help in securing loans for large purchases […]

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Paterno’s transfer to wife was for estate planning purposes.

by Maggie Green November 20, 2011 Estate Planning 101

When I heard about the scandal at Penn State, I never imagined that it would lead to an Epilawg article on estate planning.  But somehow, the topic of federal tax planning worked its way into […]

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Economic Update

by J.B. L'Esperance November 16, 2011 Investments & Insurance

It seems that the volatility in the stock market has continued our roller coaster of ups and downs this past quarter.  Can this continue?  Well it seems that it will with the daily changes of […]

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The FTC, Debt Collection and Estate Administration

by Christopher Wheaton November 15, 2011 Probate

This summer, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a policy statement making clear the responsibilities of debt collectors when collecting the debts of a decedent. The FTC (along with private plaintiff attorneys) is tasked with […]

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Ken Kesey

by Jennifer Santini November 10, 2011 In the News

September 17, 1935 – November 10, 2001 Ken Kesey was an American author who wrote the great works of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Sometimes a Great Notion.  In 1964, Kesey traveled across […]

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Baby Boomers Leaving Less to Children

by Jamie Held November 8, 2011 Estate Planning 101

I read a recent “LA Times” article and the message hit home.  My parents have been telling my sisters and me for years now that we are receiving our inheritance when we need it most […]

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After Hours with Mary Szondy

by Jayne Sykora November 4, 2011 After Hours

Name: Mary A. Szondy         Employer: Self Position: Attorney Practice Area: Guardianships, Conservatorships, Estate Planning Location: Grand Avenue, Saint Paul Education: Undergrad at Hamline (’90)  JD University of St. Thomas (’04) How long have you been […]

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