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Downtown Honolulu, HI Estate Planning

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3 Assets You Can Put in Your Living Trust, Honolulu, Hawaii
For parents who want to protect their children in all eventualities, trusts offer a host of benefits that wills don’t. With this arrangement, you can stipulate when the assets are released and how they’re to be used. If you’ve more
How to Discuss Creating a Will With Your Parent, Honolulu, Hawaii
If you aren’t sure if your elderly parents have a will, it may be time to talk to them about making one. Take the necessary steps to have a fruitful discussion and ensure you don’t appear nosy, greedy, or morbid. Use this guide to more
Downtown Honolulu, HI Estate Planning Businesses
Ng & Niebling LLLC, Trusts & Estates Law, Wills & Probate Law, Estate Planning, Honolulu, Hawaii
3604 Waialae Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816
(808) 732-7788
For more than 40 years, Ng & Niebling has served individuals and families in the Honolulu, HI, area. Their lawyers have the in-depth knowledge needed to guide you through creating a living will, establishing a power of attorney, and ...
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A Guide to Will Beneficiaries, Honolulu, Hawaii
When you create a will, you have to choose beneficiaries to inherit your assets upon your death. Without these important designations, the state decides who gets the more
How to Choose a Guardian for Your Child, Honolulu, Hawaii
Being a parent comes with many responsibilities, but they’re all in service of one goal—taking care of the children. While it’s an uncomfortable thought, there needs to be a plan in more
Why Young Adults Need to Think About Estate Planning, Honolulu, Hawaii
Some young people think estate planning is only for seniors and the wealthy; however, it’s something every adult should do. The documents you create during the process, like a will more
Do People Without Children Need a Will?, Honolulu, Hawaii
There’s a common misconception that estate planning is only for people with children, so those without heirs don’t need to write a will. However, you still need to dictate what more
What Happens During Probate, Honolulu, Hawaii
When someone passes, their estate will likely have to go through probate, a potentially long and complex legal process. During this time, the representative of the decedent’s estate more
4 FAQ About Being a Will Executor, Honolulu, Hawaii
The loss of a family member is always a difficult experience, especially if you’ve been named as the executor of their will. Guiding their estate through probate is an enormous more
What to Know About Establishing a Pet Trust, Honolulu, Hawaii
While most people know it’s possible to set up a trust for their children and other beneficiaries, many may not know they can set one up for their pets. By setting up a pet more
What to Know About Probate, Honolulu, Hawaii
When someone passes, the surviving family members or the court must settle their estate. Probate is the process by which this happens. It’s wise to familiarize yourself with these more
What to Know About Claiming an Inheritance in Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii
When a person passes, the assets they leave behind are known as their estate. Sometimes, these assets are distributed to named individuals, or beneficiaries, according to the more
4 Common Beneficiary Designation Mistakes Made in Estate Planning, Honolulu, Hawaii
Many people believe that a will or revocable trust determines how all assets in an individual’s estate are distributed upon their death. However, some of the most valuable assets, more
3 Benefits of Setting Up a Trust, Honolulu, Hawaii
Estate planning provides the opportunity to address many legal, medical, and financial concerns that arise when incapacitation or death occurs. One of the most effective ways to more
How Conservatorship Works & When It's Necessary, Honolulu, Hawaii
At some point, you might be asked to act as a conservator for a friend or family member. In this capacity, you handle their finances and/or personal care. Conservatorship more
Your Questions About Estate Taxes Answered, Honolulu, Hawaii
Estate taxes are levied on the property that you leave behind. They must be paid by the estate before any inheritances are distributed to their designated more
4 Life Events That Should Prompt You to Establish a Will, Honolulu, Hawaii
Life has the potential to take an unexpected turn and change in an instant, which is why it’s a good idea to begin thinking about your estate planning goals as early into more
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