Posts Tagged: Planning

Digital Assets

Digital Asset Planning

/ By: Lantz Law, Inc.

Category: Blog

Do you know RUFADAA? Whether you know it or not, you’re living in the time of RUFADAA, also known as the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act. These days, nearly everyone has digital...

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Metaphor for personal property

Passing On Personal Property

/ By: Lantz Law, Inc.

Category: Blog

Personal property items, such as jewelry, furniture, tools, or railroad cars, are often overlooked in the estate planning context. People tend to focus on real estate and financial assets, but the truth is that personal...

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irrevocable trust

Can You Modify an Irrevocable Trust?

/ By: Lantz Law, Inc.

Category: Blog, General

Irrevocable trusts are sometimes used for certain kinds of asset protection. As the name suggests, these trusts are irrevocable and, for the most part, cannot be amended or revoked. Funding such a trust involves a...

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January Is Tax Abatement Month

/ By: Lantz Law, Inc.

Category: Tax

January is a month for new beginnings – a fresh start.  And a time to consider whether you are entitled to a tax abatement of your real estate taxes! During the month of January, communities...

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Medicare written on a blackboard in white chalk with a doctor using a stethoscope to check up.

Medicare Open Enrollment

/ By: Lantz Law, Inc.

Category: Blog, Medicare

Medicare, the federal health insurance program for people sixty-five years old and older, and certain other defined classes, provides medical coverage for millions of Americans. The program is split into various “parts”, with Part A...

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