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January 17th, 2011

What is a Constructive Trust?

(Estate Planners) - One type of trust that no one wants to be involved in is the constructive trust. The constructive trust is basically a legal concept that has been created by the courts against someone who – through wrongdoing, fraud, or other unconscionable act, obtains or holds legal rights to property that he or she is not entitled to keep or enjoy.

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December 13th, 2010

Why You Need a Power of Attorney

(Estate Planners) - If you’re like most folks, you think of a power of attorney (POA) as being someone that is designated to carry out your wishes and stand in your stead when you’re really ill. In actuality, waiting until you are sick or incapacitated to make an important decision like selecting a power of attorney is foolhardy at best – and disastrous at worst.

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