Estate Planning Atlanta

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5 Estate Planning Tips to Keep Your Money in the Family

By Bob Goldberg / March 21, 2021

Setting up an estate plan isn’t something that many people look forward to, but having certain things in order can be extremely helpful when you pass and it comes time to manage and distribute your estate. One common factor that prevents people from creating an estate plan is the idea that only individuals or families…

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Providing For An Aged, Disabled Or Incapacitated Spouse

By Bob Goldberg / March 15, 2021

As if getting old was hard enough, the finances of paying for long-term healthcare can add an immense amount of stress on families. In many cases, long-term insurance or personal savings accounts can be enough to cover home healthcare services, assisted living centers, or nursing homes. But what happens when insurance isn’t available and your…

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How To Pay For Long-Term Care

By Bob Goldberg / March 9, 2021

When an elderly loved one is beginning to require regular healthcare, whether it’s at home, an assisted living center, or a nursing home, coming up with the finances for the care is often more overwhelming than having to come to terms with a loved one who is aging. It’s an unfortunate fact that long-term healthcare…

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Estate Planning: Must-Have Documents and Why You Need to Do it Now

By Bob Goldberg / February 22, 2021

Estate planning is typically something that is put off until we reach retirement age or maybe even well after. But waiting to create an estate plan can be dangerous, resulting in various issues that the remaining family will need to manage. Now more than ever, everyone needs to start thinking about and planning for their…

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What and Who Do You Leave Behind If You Don’t Have Children?

By Bob Goldberg / June 5, 2020

More and more people all over the world are making the decision to stay childfree. They make this decision based on a variety of factors. Some don’t feel as if they could afford children. Some have other passions that fill their lives besides children. Others worry that they wouldn’t be good parents, thanks to the…

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How to Not Destroy The Relationships of Your Heirs

By Bob Goldberg / May 20, 2020

Thinking about a future without you in it is a painful and sometimes daunting prospect. It’s easy to think that you won’t need to be prepared for when you die. That whatever you leave behind, is simply that: what you leave behind. But as you age, and grow more comfortable with the notion of a…

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The Top Estate Planning Myths

By Bob Goldberg / May 18, 2020

Estate planning is one of the most important parts of your life plan. While that certainly can seem like a silly term to use when you’re 18 years old, as you age, the reality of what stretches before you and your time on this earth becomes an important part of how you prepare for your…

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What Happens To Unpaid Debts When a Person Passes Away in Peachtree?

By Bob Goldberg / May 13, 2020

Nobody wants to deal with the facts of their own mortality, but given what can happen to your loved ones if you pass away with unpaid debts, it might be something you want to arrange for well in advance. Otherwise, your estate may be up for grabs for any creditors you may still owe. Your…

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How to Manage Digital Assets Through Online Estate Planning

By Bob Goldberg / May 5, 2020

Estate planning can be far more complex than you’d originally bargained for. There are loads of intricacies in the handling of all financial matters, and we’re still just speaking of before the law gets involved. Organizing your estate mostly comes down to consolidating accounts and organizing your affairs, this can become more complex in the…

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Estate Planning In The Era of COVID-19

By Bob Goldberg / April 18, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has been something out of the ordinary. Everything happening right now is unprecedented and we’re living through history as we speak. It’s rare that people understand the gravity of a historical situation as they pass through it, but we get that opportunity. We get to know that what happens now will be…

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