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Revising your estate plan can spare your loved ones

Perhaps you enjoy the feeling of accomplishment when you have completed something difficult but important. You may have experienced that feeling when your child graduated from college or when you paid off your own student loans or your mortgage. Many people have this feeling when they have completed their estate plan, having protected their assets and provided some comfort and stability for their families.

Estate planning for someone facing dementia

As our population ages, more and more people are dealing with parents who are suffering from Alzheimer's disease and other conditions that can cause dementia. Sometimes, signs of dementia don't show up until a person is elderly. Increasingly, however, people are diagnosed in the early stages, before their memory and cognitive functions become noticeably impaired.

How to prevent digital spying during your divorce

These days, it's easy to spy on someone if you know how. Usually, this technology is used for good -- or at least convenience. You can track your kids via smartphone apps and keep an eye on your pets while you're at work via in-home cameras. You can find out who's at your front door when you're away. You can adjust the thermostat remotely to make sure your home is cool when you return on a scorching summer day.

Keeping your kids' cousins, uncles and aunts in their lives

If this was your last holiday season with your spouse before your divorce gets underway, you likely spent part of it with other family members on both sides -- particularly if you have children. While most parents want to make sure that their kids continue to see all of their grandparents after divorce, relationships with cousins, aunts and uncles can be more difficult to maintain or may simply not be a priority for the parent who isn't related to them.

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