What is a corporate trustee? And should you be considering one as part of your estate plan? Michelle Diamond and Heather Savage with Cumberland Trust make the case that corporate trustees are worth considering regardless of your net worth—people are fallible, family dynamics are complex, administering a trust is a lot of work, and beneficiaries need education and support to successfully manage trust assets.
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- Behavioral Investing
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- Choosing an Advisor
- Estate Planning
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- Planning for Retirement
- Tax Strategies
- Wealth Building for Executives
- Wealth Building for Women
Laws affecting trusts and estates are currently in flux. How should you be thinking about these changes? And how should you evolve your estate plan over time as laws change? Trust and estate attorney Catherine Schott Murray from Odin Feldman & Pittleman joins the podcast to share a run-down of proposed estate law changes, as well as what options will likely remain in place for reducing your gross estate.
We spend a lot of time talking about creating a trust and estate plan, but what happens after the plan goes into effect, and how does it get administered? Dave and Jessica from Monument Wealth Management host Leah Del Percio, founder of Trustate, to discuss the challenges of estate administration and what you can do now to help your loved ones. Check out www.trustate.com for more info, as well as Trustate’s booklet on what to do when someone dies.
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