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What should I include in a pet trust?

One of the best ways to plan for the care of your pet after you've died is by setting up a pet trust. Your pet trust will set aside funds to care for your animal and identify an individual who will serve as your animal's caretaker. Creating a pet trust is not entirely straightforward, however, so it's best when estate planners seek professional assistance when setting up this important legal document.

All expectant moms should have living wills

Of all the pre-planning that expectant moms do for their impending arrivals, one thing that's seldom on their to-do list is to see an estate planning attorney before they give birth. Legal analysts suggest that they maybe should schedule a visit with one, though.

4 tips for an estate planning conversation with your kids

Parents often neglect to talk about estate planning with their grown-up children, feeling that such a conversation will just make everyone uncomfortable. However, this can lead to a lot of issues down the line because children may have unrealistic expectations or there may be confusion about what a parent really wanted. Estate disputes can erupt.