Cryptocurrency & Estate Planning

What is Cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency that can be used to buy goods and services online.  You can buy cryptocurrency or “mine” cryptocurrency using computer technology.  Cryptocurrencies are becoming a modern investment opportunity.  There are thousands of different cryptocurrencies that are traded publicly including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance...

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The SECURE Act

Now is a good time to consider how your retirement strategy connects with estate and tax planning.

On January 1, 2020, when the SECURE Act (“Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act”) went into effect, it vastly impacted how Americans save...

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Choosing a Guardian for Minor Children

If you are a parent and you are considering estate planning, one of the most difficult decisions you will have to make is choosing a guardian for your minor children.  It is not easy to think of anyone else, no matter how loving, raising your child. Yet, you can make a tremendous difference in...
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How To Choose The Right Cabin Trust Attorney

Choosing the right cabin trust attorney to draft and execute a cabin trust for your family’s cabin can have repercussions in your family for decades to come. Consider this: most attorneys, including the vast majority of estate planning attorneys, have never drafted a single cabin trust. Most attorneys that specialize in estate planning are concerned...
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Mullen Law Firm – COVID-19 Protocol

We are here to help.

The estate planning attorneys at Mullen Law Firm are fully equipped to provide services over the phone or through video conferencing. We can advise you throughout the process, and utilize phone, video, mail and limited socially distant meetings to coordinate the creation and execution...

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3 Estate Planning Mistakes to Avoid

Recent studies have shown that only a little more than half of all Americans have a Will or Trust document in place to direct their estate after they pass away, and that the vast majority of those documents have not been updated in the last five years.  Even worse, it’s been reported that most...

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Borrowing from your retirement accounts: Issues to consider

So you have credit card debt, overdue mortgage payments, or suddenly need to buy a new car. We’ve all been there. You need money now, and your retirement accounts continue to climb. Fortunately, many employers allow you to take out loans on these accounts, but should you really begin spending that money before...

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