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Articles by Jacque Mingle



Mar 31 2017

New Law May Complicate Enforcing Living Wills

Arizona lawmakers may have just complicated your Living Will.
Gov. Doug Ducey signed Senate Bill 1439, which protects health care …

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Sep 30 2016

Do I Really Need a Will? Absolutely, In Most Cases

Does everyone need to have a Will?  Every adult should.
But if you — or someone you know — keeps …

Posted in Estate Planning, Family harmony, Featured, General Articles, General Issues, Marital Matters

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Sep 30 2016

ABLE Accounts Are Up and Running

Some people with disabilities have a new option for saving that can preserve needs-based benefits.    They’re called ABLE accounts, for …

Posted in Elder Law, General Articles, Miscellaneous

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Aug 31 2016

IRS Regulations Could Derail Estate Planning Technique

If you have an estate that is large enough to be subject to estate tax, you might want to be …

Posted in Estate Planning, Estate Tax, Featured, General Articles, General Issues, Taxes

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May 31 2016

No Will for Prince (Shocking), But He Needed Much More

“I can’t believe Prince didn’t have a Will!”
We hear that all the time. Consider for a moment that the …

Posted in Celebrity Estates, Family harmony, Featured, General Articles, General Issues

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Apr 29 2016

Must-Have Document: Financial Power of Attorney

A financial power of attorney is one of the most important documents every adult should have.  It allows someone to …

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Mar 31 2016

‘Irrevocable’ Doesn’t Always Mean You Can’t Change It

Back when the estate tax exemption was a mere $600,000 (1987-’97) or $1 million (2002-’03) or even $2 million (2006-’08), …

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Feb 29 2016

What Trustees and PRs Get Paid for Their Work

If you serve as trustee or personal representative (aka “executor”), you are probably entitled to get paid for it. (It …

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Oct 30 2015

Planning Lesson: Don’t Leave Out the Obvious

Two recent cases involving the estates of the rich and famous provide an important lesson: if you want something cared …

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