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October 2018 Archives

Estate planning is for all socio economic backgrounds

Many folks are under the misconception that they need to be wealthy to have estate plans. But that's not the case. Estate planning in Illinois is important for all social classes, and it is especially important when children are involved. People who don't want the government to have a say in how they're assets are distributed really should look into getting an estate plan in place.

Setting up trusts in Illinois with limited income

Contrary to popular belief, setting up a trust account isn't just for the rich. Trusts can also be utilized by Illinois residents who have a little money set aside and who want to put them to work for the future benefit of their beneficiaries. Those who have accumulated a little nest egg may benefit from looking into trusts.

Being proactive, not reactive, about long term care planning

Getting old is not for the faint of heart nor, apparently, is it for those with light pocketbooks. When it comes to long term care planning, Illinois residents should really take the time to think about the future and the possibilities that might come. Planning ahead may ensure being able to deal with unforeseen circumstances. Even if long term care is never needed, it's a wise idea to have a plan in place.