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Is Your Estate Plan Exposed to In-Law Risks? [Video]

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Is Your Estate Plan Exposed to In-Law Risks?

Most estate plans are exposed to risks should a child’s marriage fall apart after receiving an inheritance. In this video clip taken from a longer webinar, I review the potential risks of leaving a direct inheritance to adult children. Not all families necessarily need to protect against these risks, but even if you are slightly uncertain about how a son-in-law or daughter-in-law will react when money is in the picture, it’s worth the time to review the estate planning options. Check out the full FREE webinar at www.inlawplanningwebinar.com.

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COURSES, PROGRAMS, AND WEBINARS
In-Law Planning Webinar. FREE WEBINAR. Sometimes families are not ideal, and there are risks in leaving an inheritance that might never get down to the grandchildren after it ends up in the hands of a son-in-law or daughter-in-law first. In this free webinar, I go through the different estate planning risks that could come up after you pass on, and some techniques to protect that inheritance so it finally ends up with the grandchildren. http://www.inlawplanningwebinar.com.

Special Needs Planning Webinar. FREE WEBINAR. There are very few areas of estate planning more fraught with risk than trying to plan an inheritance for a special needs beneficiary… if you don’t know the basics. In this free webinar, I go through the myths, goals, and proper techniques in estate planning for a beneficiary with special needs. http://www.specialneedsplanningwebinar.com.

Estate Crash Course. What is probate? What’s the difference between a Will and a Revocable Living Trust? What are the big decisions I need to make? There’s a lot of information, misinformation, and folk remedies out there, but I cut through all of that to explain the basics of estate planning in plain English, long before you step foot into the attorney’s office to work on your specific goals and objectives. http://www.estatecrashcourse.com.

Trust Funding Webinar. FREE WEBINAR. It’s not enough to just have a revocable living trust and not ensure that your assets are coordinated with it to avoid probate. It’s like having the world’s best suitcase for your dream vacation, but failing to pack everything you need. In this course, I break down the basics of “trust funding,” how different types of assets should be treated, and I even run through some generic examples to show you how to approach specific financial institution forms. In this free webinar, I discuss some of the biggest trust funding fails I’ve seen in my career. http://www.trustfundingwebinar.com.

The Six Keys to Successfully Planning Your Estate. Get organized in planning your estate through this FREE REPORT before you start spending hundreds of dollars an hour with an attorney. http://www.sixkeysreport.com

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