Some of the estate planning strategies in this website depend on the ownership of assets. Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin have community property systems. (Alaska’s is elective.) Under such a system, each spouse usually has a one-half interest in property acquired during marriage. If you live in a community property state, bear this in mind as you read over the different sections on estate planning as to how the information relates to your situation.
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Your spouse doesn’t even want to think about you passing away, let alone have to sit down and actually discuss it. It’s never easy to talk about death, especially the death of someone you love. That’s why discussing life insurance with your spouse can be so difficult. But since the … Continue reading How to Talk About Life Insurance With Your SpouseRead More
Deciding which type of life insurance product is right for you can be difficult; regardless of whether you’re considering retaining your current policy or you’re shopping for new coverage, it’s important to note that there are benefits to both term life insurance and whole life insurance. Which is the best … Continue reading Term Life Insurance vs. Whole Life InsuranceRead More