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Estate Planning Articles

  • Understanding the Different Types of Wills in Kansas

    Although many people assume that a simple will and testament that indicates an individual’s intentions regarding distribution of one’s legacy…

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  • Estate Plans Should Now Include Digital Assets and Accounts

    Wichita estate planning attorney J. Joseph Weber regularly advises clients to periodically review and revise their estate plan.  The need to…

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  • Family Partnerships Can Provide a Valuable Estate Planning Tool for Asset Protection

    Asset protection constitutes one of the most valuable benefits derived from estate plan.  Your estate plan can provide an effective…

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  • Three Indispensable Components of Any Estate Plan

    Many people think estate planning is the province of the wealthy, but there are essential components that should be a…

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  • Why Naming Your Kids as a Beneficiary of Your IRA Is Not Advisable

    Many people in Kansas labor under the misconception that they do not have to be concerned about their IRA because…

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  • Strategy for Utilizing Both the GST Exemption and Estate Tax Exemption Portability

    Federal law changed in 2012 when Congress made permanent the valuable estate planning tool that permits a surviving spouse to…

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  • Preventing Challenges to Your Will or Trust in Kansas

    Many people devote time, energy and thought to the way in which they want their financial legacy distributed to their…

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  • Estate Planning Facts: Limitations of a Last Will & Testament

    Although a last will and testament can be an effective and inexpensive estate planning tool for legacy succession, there are…

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  • The Importance of Reviewing an Estate Plan after Divorce or Remarriage

    Most people can benefit from some form of estate planning regardless of their age, wealth or family situation, but there…

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  • Should a Power of Attorney “Spring”? Delay v. Abuse

    Powers of Attorney for health care or property can provide valuable protections in the event you become incapacitated.  A health…

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