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Which is Better -- Trust or Will

Posted on: April 17th, 2013
Which is better Trust or Wills...

How to Leave Assets to Minor Children -- Bryan Law Firm, P.C.

Posted on: April 7th, 2013
Every parent wants to make sure their children are provided for in the event something happens to them while the children are still minors. Grandparents, aunts, uncles and other relatives often want to leave some of their assets to young children, too. But good intentions and poor planning often have unintended results....

Bryan Law Firm, P.C. Alaska Community Property trust for Montanan's

Posted on: April 1st, 2013
In 1998, Alaska enacted a state statute that allowed for non-Alaska residents use a trust to elect community property status for their non-Alaskan property. Thus, Montanan’s can have their real property (i.e. homes and ranches located in MT) and their personal property treated as community property....

Bryan Law Firm, P.C. Protecting College Age Children by Proper Planning

Posted on: March 26th, 2013
Once a child turns 18, parents lose the legal ability to make decisions for their child or even to find out basic information. Learning you cannot see your college student's grades without his/her permission can be mildly frustrating. But a medical emergency can take this frustration to a completely different level....

Protecting Your Children Through Proper Estate Planning

Posted on: March 19th, 2013
I believe that most Montanan's want to make sure their children are provided for in the event something happens to them while the children are still minors. Grandparents, aunts, uncles and other relatives often want to leave some of their assets to young children, too. But good intentions and poor planning often have unintended results....

Estate Planning for Young Families

Posted on: March 12th, 2013
Many young families put off estate planning because they are young and healthy, or because they don't think they can afford it. But even a healthy, young adult can be taken suddenly by an accident or illness. And while none of us expects to die while our family is young, planning for the possibility is prudent and responsible. Also, estate planning does not have to be expensive; a young family can start with the essential legal documents and term life insurance, then update and upgrade as their financial situation improves. A good estate plan for a young family will include the following:...
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