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Reviewing the advantages of a living trust

When it comes to the estate planning process, identifying the smartest course of action can be challenging. However, it is imperative to make sure that you protect your assets and make life easier for your loved ones by taking the right steps. At TdD Attorneys at Law, we understand the stressors that people may encounter when setting up a trust or tackling any other estate-related issues in St. Louis, and across Missouri. That said, you may be able to enjoy peace of mind when you make the right decisions. Depending on your circumstances, a living trust may be the way to go, and these documents could benefit you and your family in multiple ways.

Planning for your future when you're a caretaker

There are many reasons why people decide to sit down with an attorney to put together their estate plan. They may be thinking about how they can transfer their assets to their children after they are gone or how they can establish a trust for their grandchildren. In general, people want to get their financial ducks in a row so that they are prepared for retirement and can protect the financial future of their loved ones.

What should I do to plan for retirement?

With the stock market poised to break new records this year, it is reasonable to say that the money lost in many portfolios in the last recession have been recovered. With that, it is prudent to rethink how retirement income will be realized from investment accounts. After all, financial planning is an important aspect of estate planning, so the following tips can help in managing your estate. 

9 Times You Should Update Your Will

In our last post, we discussed the reasons why everyone - including young people - needs a will. A will is an important document that ensures your assets are protected, your wishes adhered to, and your loved ones spared from making difficult decisions.

Why Young People Need Wills Too

The question of who needs a will is age-old. Many people in St. Louis view any sort of estate planning as something left to the elderly or people who have children. In truth, however, everyone can benefit from having a will -- including young people.

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