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Including digital currency in an estate plan

Estate planning is no longer just about wills and trusts. It continues to evolve with the newest way people live in Myrtle Beach and across the U.S. There are always new technologies and advances that require an estate plan to protect. Digital currency is something that didn't exist ten years ago but has now ballooned into a legitimate asset.

Why would you want a revocable trust in your estate plan?

Many Myrtle Beach area residents have taken the time to think about creating an estate plan. There are many different aspects of an estate plan that can be beneficial for a family no matter what their financial situation. One estate planning tool that a family may want to look into is a revocable trust.

An Alzheimer's diagnosis and estate planning

When a Myrtle Beach area family receives the devastating news that their loved one has Alzheimer's disease it is an emotional time. There are many uncertainties surrounding Alzheimer's including how the progression will affect their loved one, who will take care of their loved one and how their loved one's assets can be protected. Estate planning when there is an Alzheimer's diagnosis is crucial.

Florida Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act

In this day and age, it is nearly impossible for a Myrtle Beach resident to not have an online presence. Digital assets have fast become an important part of an estate plan. When a person passes away, it can be difficult for the family to access these online accounts. The Florida Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act is legislation that residents may want to be aware of.

Estate planning for families with special needs children

Many Myrtle Beach area families have a child with special needs. These families understand the hardship and stress that goes along with having a special needs child. Families with special needs children must understand the importance of having an estate plan and how critical it is for their child's future.

Planning for a second marriage

When a Myrtle Beach couple gets married, they assume their marriage will last forever. There are marriages that last decades, but there are also many that end in divorce. However, even if a person's first marriage ends in divorce, they often take the chance on a second marriage later on. There are certain estate planning measures that a person should recognize when they get married for a second time.

6 estate planning mistakes a Myrtle Beach resident should avoid

Most Myrtle Beach area residents understand the importance of estate planning. There are many benefits to creating an estate plan: asset preservation, communicating health care wishes, charitable giving, among many others. If a Myrtle Beach area family hasn't created an estate plan there are certain mistakes they should keep in mind and try to avoid.

Business succession planning

There are many Myrtle Beach area residents who own their own businesses. Many of these are family businesses that have been in the family for generations or whose owners hope they will be in the family for many years to come. Business succession planning is important for these companies to make sure there is a plan in place.

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