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  • Using Inter Vivos Gifts to Avoid Estate Taxes

    While there are many objectives behind an estate plan, legacy succession is one of the most fundamental.  If you have…

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  • What Are the Requirements for a Valid Will in Kansas?

    While there are many components of a comprehensive estate plan, a Last Will and Testament is one of the most…

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  • Frequently Asked Questions about Alimony (Maintenance) in Kansas

    If you are involved in a divorce in Kansas, you might have serious concerns about your financial future.  If you…

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  • Why a Revocable Living Trust Might Provide a Better Legacy Transfer Solution than a Will

    Many people who are interested in a plan to transfer their financial legacy to loved ones, but they do not…

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  • Why You Should Deactivate Your Facebook During a Divorce

    Although many people spend a significant amount of time on Facebook and other social media sites, they might not anticipate…

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  • Wichita Divorce Lawyer Answers Frequently Asked Questions about Premarital Contracts

    Many people contemplating marriage are hesitant to broach the subject of a premarital  contract (also known as a “prenuptial agreement…

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  • Important Kansas Estate Planning Issues for Same Sex Couples

    While people of all sexual orientations can benefit from estate planning, unmarried gay and lesbian couples have a greater need…

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  • Seven Things You Need to Know about Living Trusts [Part II]

    This is the second installment of our two-part blog post discussing key things that people should understand about a revocable…

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  • Seven Things You Need to Know about Living Trusts [Part I]

    While a last will and testament might be the most commonly used instrument for passing of a legacy to family…

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  • Why You Should Create a Special Needs Trust for a Disabled Loved One?

    When people have family members with physical or mental disabilities, they frequently want to leave assets or money to provide…

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