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Estate Planning Legal Tools and Tactics Part 1
Estate Planning Including Wills, Trusts, and Probate
Living Trusts, a powerful estate planning tool
Wills, uses and misconceptions
Estate planning for IRAs and life insurance proceeds
Probate - what it is and how it works
Reducing death taxes, attorney's fees, and other costs
Living wills and powers of attorney
Avoiding Estate Planning Pitfalls
Estate Planning Legal Tools and Tactics Part 2
IRA/401K: Beneficiary Protection and Predictability
The new IRA rules that affect tax-deferred plans
The five options that one has for beneficiary: advantages and disadvantages of each
How naming your beneficiary in the right way lets one turn even a modest tax-deferred account into millions for your family
How your choice of beneficiaries will affect how long the tax-deferred growth can continue after you die
How one's choice of beneficiaries can affect how much your family will have to pay in estate taxes
IRA/401K Retirement Fund Trusts - what they are and how they work
Estate Planning Legal Tools and Tactics Part 3
Special Needs Trusts
Estate Planning for Special Needs Families
Supplemental Needs Trust or Special Needs Trusts
Qualifying for need based government benefits such as Medicaid or Social Security Income (SSI)
How one can leave proper instructions for the care of a loved one should one become incapacitated or die.
How a Supplemental Needs Trust can allow Medicaid and SSI benefits to continue.
How one may avoid the tedious and embarrassing process of guardianship.
How to protect a child's inheritance from being consumed by medical or care expenses.
Estate Planning Legal Tools and Tactics Part 4
What one may own and still be eligible for Medicaid
The truth about the new look-back rule...when the look-back starts and why you may still be eligible for Medicaid even if you have transferred assets in the last five years
How one may still be eligible for Medicaid for nursing home care even if you earn more than $2,130 per month
How one can provide for one's spouse before one spends it all on nursing home expenses
How assets may still be preserved if one is currently in a nursing home
How an Irrevocable Trust may preserve and protect assets