Logo of Estate Planning 101 TV show   with information on estate plans, tax planning, probate, and wills and trusts

Every week moderator Scott Trout hosts a quick but dynamic 15-minute segment with one TuckerAllen attorney and discusses the ins and outs of estate planning and elder law and answers live viewer questions. From everything about avoiding probate to guidance on estate planning for blended families, these sessions provide more than just the basics.  With years of experience in the legal industry, Mr. Trout and his co-hosts provide their insights into what everyone should know when creating an estate plan or preparing long-term care options. http://www.tuckerallen.com

Season 2 (2022)Estate Planning 101

Tips for Funding Your Trust
What Happens When a Beneficiary Dies
When to Give Money to Your Beneficiaries
Logo of Cunningham Legal an estate, trust and tax planning law firm with information on estate plans, tax planning, probate, and wills and trusts

With his no-nonsense style and plain-spoken explanation of complex legal topics, expert estate and tax planning attorney James L. Cunningham, Jr. shows how to avoid the mistakes that could damage your financial future, financial succession, family, heirs, and legacy. Author of bestselling book Savvy Estate Planning, Jim provides both the essentials and the advanced strategies you need in the protection and transfer of multi-generational wealth. The only mistake you could make now would be to neglect this vital part of your financial life. http://www.cunninghamlegal.com

Millenials, Their Families and Hot Estate Planning Topics

Millenials, Their Families and Hot Estate Planning Topics

Duration 51m

Millennials need expert, savvy Estate Planning, and they need it now. For starters, Millennials are the generation least likely to be married, and whether single or with life partners, they may lack key legal protections for inheritance rights, tax benefits, social security, and disability benefits. How can that be handled? Millennials are having children and need to plan for their future, especially if something were to happen to them as parents. They have pets and need to make decisions about who would care for them if they die. Millennials also have aging parents and need to learn how to handle their disabilities, their estates, and their retirement accounts upon inheritance in light of changing laws. Attend this webinar with your adult children and help them get a head start on these crucial issues!