Trustees, Executors & Fiduciaries

How Massachusetts Seniors Can Protect Personal Finances

It can be difficult to give up independence over daily life management, particularly when tasks deal with personal finance. There is an extraordinary amount of trust inherent in handing over a checkbook or monetary account, and currentlegal protections aren't always enough to keep seniors safe from fraud. There are things individuals can do to protect their interests while giving up some independence.

Including Social Media in Your Estate Plan

When a person creates a will and the accompanying estate plan, including beneficiaries for special items and creating trusts for money to be bestowed on special charities is the norm. It is also a common practice when setting up estate administration for the person to select one trusted person to carry out these wishes. But there is one area that people often overlook that is becoming increasingly important. Our readers in Worcester might be interested in what this area is and how to prepare.

Legal Battle Ensues Over Body of Legendary Athlete Jim Thorpe

Jim Thorpe is one of the most prolific and iconic athletes in American history; and in the early 20th century, he was known for being truly great at numerous sports, including football, basketball, baseball and track and field. He won Olympic medals and played in multiple professional sports leagues in America. He died at the age of 64; and upon his death in 1953, his third wife declared that Thorpe -- who was born in Oklahoma -- would be buried in a new Pennsylvania town that would take his name.

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