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Who Gets Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate - FE1521
The transfer of nontitled property, such as photographs and other family heirlooms, often creates more challenges among family members than the transfer of titled property.
Located in Landing Pages / Home & Farm
Long-term Health Care Planning for North Dakota Farmers and Ranchers - FE1779
Long-term health care has become a major issue for farm and ranch families who want to transition their business to the next generation. A long-term health care plan is an essential part of any succession and estate plan to insure the business transitions as the family desires. Without a plan, the farm/ranch business is facing a potentially huge financial risk.
Located in Landing Pages / Home & Farm
Family Communication and Estate Planning - FS1684
Estate planning must be a financial priority at practically any phase of life. Sometimes the words estate planning, financial planning and retirement planning are interchangeable and refer to the same type of planning. People who plan ahead to manage their assets and financial resources will use appropriate professionals such as tax attorneys, accountants, financial planners and insurance agents to maximize their legacy to future generations and the community. Also, they organize their estate and related affairs so their desires are understood by family members and decisions are made ahead of time so family members are not left with many unresolved or difficult questions as a parent grows older.
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