Family Estate Planning Guide
The Family Estate Planning Guide offers families insight into the fundamentals of wills and trusts. “The video series gives ACTEC a platform to address frequently-asked questions and share the vast experience of our practitioners directly with consumers,” said ACTEC Past President Cynda C. Ottaway. “ACTEC Fellows serve a spectrum of clients – from individuals of modest wealth to large family businesses with complex interests – and our goal is to offer an educational resource to encourage planning for families of any means.”
Family Estate Planning Guide Videos
What are your rights to information in a Will after the death of your parent or relative? Do you need a lawyer? Learn these answers and more in this video.
Assets such as life insurance, annuities, pension plans, 401ks and IRAs have beneficiary designation forms as part of the set-up process.
Understand how to plan and manage your digital assets such as photos, email accounts and passwords during life and in your estate documents.
ACTEC Fellows discuss 5 reasons why you may want to update your Will and Estate Plan, such as after a move or divorce, when your children have grown or have substance abuse problems, or if you own a business.
What’s the best way to leave assets to minor children? Should children receive equal assets? What’s a Pot Trust? These and other questions are answered by estate planning advisors.
Selecting an executor or trustee to oversee your will or trust requires careful consideration. Learn about this topic from professionals in trusts and estates.