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A trust is one of the most widely used estate planning documents. Georgians use trusts for a variety of estate planning benefits; perhaps the most popular benefit is the ability of the grantor’s (trust creator's) family to avoid probate. Probate is the long and somewhat-expensive legal process of closing a decedent's estate.

Not all trusts are created equal. Estate planners have many different types of trusts at their disposal, and the type that is best for you depends on your specific goals. However, most trusts are classified as either revocable or irrevocable. The information provided below should help you decide which is more likely to accomplish your estate planning goals... READ MORE
 
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Fred Barley

A dispute between a homeless Georgia college student and a woman who set up a Gofundme account for his living expenses has ended.

Fred Barley, 19, reportedly rode his little brother's bicycle over 50 miles from Conyers to Barnesville, GA. to register at Gordon College.

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Paris Jackson

Remember when Michael Jackson's daughter Paris Jackson was considered to be black because her biological father is a black man? Well those days are over.

According to numerous published reports, Paris, 15, has abandoned the black side of her family and now spends most of her time with her biological mother, Debbie Rowe. They say Paris hardly ever sees her paternal grandmother, Katherine Jackson anymore. Katherine, 82, has joint custody, with Michael's nephew, TJ, of Paris and her 2 brothers, Prince Michael, 16, and Blanket, 11.

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Sharon Tirabassi penniless millionaire

Sharon Tirabassi is a generous soul. So generous that she gave away half of her $10.5 million Lotto Super 7 winnings and blew through the rest.

Today, the 35-year-old "penniless millionaire" rides the bus to work and struggles to make ends meet until her next paycheck.

Nine years ago, Tirabassi, of Hamilton, Ontario Canada, cashed in her winning Powerball ticket and collected $10,569,000.10.

At first Tirabassi and her then-boyfriend, Vinny, also 35, were ecstatic at their good fortune. They shared the wealth with family and close friends, lavishing their loved ones with gifts, cash, cars, and exotic trips. She gave her parents $1 million cash and divided another $1.75 million among her siblings.

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