The Estate Planner
Tuesley Hall Konopa provides The Estate Planner, a curated resource of articles to help
our clients make informed decisions that can affect wealth management strategies.
- The Secure Act – What it means for your retirement and estate plans
- Sidestep the probate process to avoid the public eye
- Estate planning in the FAST lane
- Estate Planning Red Flag – Your powers of attorney are stale
- Creating an education legacy
- E-wills: Are they ready for prime time?
- Wealth preservation and estate planning go hand-in-hand
- Estate Planning Red Flag – Your spouse failed to designate you as beneficiary of his or her IRA
- Now or later – When’s the right time to transfer wealth?
- There’s no time like the present to draft your will
- Making the most of charitable donations
- Estate Planning Red Flag – You have significant frequent flyer miles
- What’s a Clawback – and should you be worried about it?
- Estate planning and your art collection
- Able accounts & special needs trusts – 2 options for families with disabled loved ones
- Estate Planning Red Flag – Your will or trust lacks clarity
- Is Silence Golden? The good and bad of keeping your trust a secret
- Qualified Opportunity Funds – Estate planning implications
- Coming to a family consensus on moving a parent to a nursing home
- Estate Planning Red Flag – You’re drafting your own estate planning documents
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Disclaimer: The Estate Planner newsletter is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal advice. In no case does the published material constitute an exhaustive legal study, and applicability to a particular situation depends upon an investigation of specific facts. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.