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Blog Posts in July, 2017

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  • Prince Estate Faces Trouble Because No Trust or Will Exists
    Prince Estate Faces Trouble Because No Trust or Will Exists

    BRMM attorneys Danielle and Andy Mayoras recently authored an article for Forbes about what could happen to the Prince estate if the late pop icon did not leave a will or trust laying out a plan for ...

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  • What Is a Spendthrift Clause in a Trust?
    What Is a Spendthrift Clause in a Trust?

    In estate planning , a concern can arise about protecting assets from being recklessly squandered away by a beneficiary. The concern may exist simply because there are some people who handle money ...

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  • The Interplay Between Powers of Attorney, Guardianships, and Conservatorships
    The Interplay Between Powers of Attorney, Guardianships, and Conservatorships

    When you are thinking about planning your estate, it may seem simple or, alternatively, overwhelming. But the truth is, estate planning is neither simple nor overwhelming. A great estate planner can ...

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