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Estate Planning 101

Estate Planning Myth #10: All Top Ten Lists have Ten Items

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen May 14, 2014 Estate Planning 101

While there are plenty of other myths I could include in this post, one overarching theme seems to be prevalent throughout: uniqueness. While it may seem like a given estate planning situation is vanilla, working […]

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Mother’s Day “must read” article

by Maggie Green May 12, 2014 Estate Planning 101

I have recommended Deborah Jacob’s in the past, but Advice for New Mothers – and Procrastinators is spot on. Covering all of the important estate planning issues for young parents, her advice mimics many of the suggestions I […]

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Estate Planning Myth #9: Trusts? Trusts are for billionaires

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen May 8, 2014 Estate Planning 101

Sure, billionaires may have trusts for charitable gifting, inter-generational wealth transfer, and asset protection purposes, but for many families, trusts assist in more mundane circumstances, too. They can be useful tools for managing judicial awards […]

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Estate Planning Myth #8: Prenuptial Agreements aren’t estate planning

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen May 6, 2014 Estate Planning 101

Why on earth is she talking about prenups in an estate planning blog?! Well, estate planning and ante-nuptial agreements go hand in hand, especially in second marriages and legacy planning. The prenup sets the minimum […]

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Estate Planning Myth #7: Gift Taxes?! I don’t make taxable gifts.

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen April 30, 2014 Estate Planning 101

Many clients are familiar with the gift tax exclusion and understand that their small gifts (even to organizations that are not tax-exempt) will not be subject to gift tax. Where there tends to be confusion […]

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Estate Planning Myth #6: I must avoid probate

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen April 24, 2014 Estate Planning 101

This issue varies significantly based upon where you live. In Minnesota, unlike some other jurisdictions, the probate avoidance opportunity doesn’t always rise to the level of necessity. The benefits of avoiding probate include: not incurring […]

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Estate Planning Myth #5: Equal is Fair

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen April 22, 2014 Estate Planning 101

I have noticed that many clients use the words “equal” and “fair” interchangeably in the discussion around leaving assets (especially to children and grandchildren). Unfortunately, when thinking through the ramifications of equal treatment, it often […]

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Estate Planning Myth #4: Anyone can write a simple will

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen April 16, 2014 Estate Planning 101

This is somewhat correct: I clearly remember reading anomalous cases in law school about concepts like Holographic Wills and whether something as simple as “I leave everything to my wife” is a Will. A gentle […]

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Estate Planning Myth #3: All I need I can find on legal zoom

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen April 11, 2014 Estate Planning 101

Yes, there are forms out there, and yes, many documents that attorneys draft begin from a template or form. However, consider these two major points for discussion with this myth: first, the law is full […]

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Estate Planning Myth #2: Death Taxes Only Affect the Super Wealthy

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen April 8, 2014 Estate Planning 101

One wonderful thing about the first session of the 113th Congress was its efforts to enact a taxing scheme allowing an exemption from estate taxes for those with less than $5 million (indexed to inflation), […]

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Estate Planning Myth #1: I don’t need a Will – I don’t have kids

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen April 2, 2014 Estate Planning 101

Even if you don’t have a Will, you still do have an estate plan. Without a Will, it’s the state’s version of estate planning that prevails through your state’s intestacy statute. The state’s plan will […]

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