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  • Estate Planning Considerations for Pet Owners

    An estate planning issue that has not historically received a lot of attention but has become higher profile lately involves…

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  • Will My Revocable Living Trust Protect My Assets from Creditors?

    Revocable living trusts have become a popular estate planning tool.  Some media sources promote preparation of this form of trust…

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  • How Will Your Financial Legacy Be Handled in Kansas If You Do Not Have a Will or Trust?

    While many people put off estate planning, there are good reasons not to procrastinate about important decisions regarding legacy succession,…

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  • Will a Kansas Court Consider Infidelity During a Divorce?

    Infidelity is one of the most common causes of divorce which makes it predictable that this is an important issue…

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  • Five Overlooked Steps in the Estate Planning Process

    Most people recognize the value of having a will or living trust to ensure their wishes are carried out regarding…

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  • Why Do Young Adults Need an Estate Plan?

    There are many common fallacies about estate planning, but there may be no more misleading myth than the notion that…

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  • Asset Transfers to Beneficiaries without a Will or Trust

    Virtually all adults will benefit from an estate plan that expresses an individual’s intention regarding the transfer of assets to…

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  • Frequently Asked Question about a Power of Attorney in Kansas [Part II]

    This is Part II of our two-part blog post designed to answer common questions about a power of attorney in…

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  • Frequently Asked Question about a Power of Attorney in Kansas [Part I]

    While many people think of a power of attorney as an estate planning instrument that is most appropriate for the…

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  • What Documents Should I Consider When Creating an Estate Plan? [Part II]

    This is Part 2 of our two-part article providing an overview of the necessary minimum components of an estate plan. …

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