Rivalry among siblings. Most families cannot avoid it.
A Brief Overview of Irrevocable and Revocable Trusts
It is common to use revocable and irrevocable trusts in the estate planning process. Each has benefits and drawbacks depending on your goals.
Making Sure Your Will Is Valid Is Crucial
Only 33 percent of Americans have a will, despite the fact that more than 50 percent find estate planning important.
Make Sure Your Estate Plan Up-To-Date to Avoid Unnecessary Trouble
Intestacy laws determine your estate’s financial future and the legacy you leave for your loved ones if you don’t have a plan.
How to Handle the Death of a Family Member Without a Will
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, more Americans are becoming aware of the importance of having a will, a living trust, and a living will....
The Combination of Estate Planning and Elder Law Equals Life Care Planning
Elder law and estate planning are often used interchangeably, but there are significant differences between them. While some overlap exists between the two, learning and implementing strategies from both law practice types is crucial to prepare for successful aging and preserve a family legacy.
The Five Most Important Legal Documents
All Americans who wish to protect their families and themselves must have an estate plan. Making sound decisions regarding finances and healthcare can become challenging as you age due to diminished mental capacity or declining health.
An Analysis of Elder Law and Estate Planning
Estate planning and elder law serve different functions, but both are equally vital to protecting yourself and your family.
Generating Wealth After You Are Gone: Controlling Your Legacy
For generations to come, you have worked hard to create and protect your legacy. But have you thought about the impact it will have on family members who are in different stages of life after you are gone?
Estate Planning in the Digital Age: 4 Obstacles to Avoid
The Internet of Things (IoT) is intertwining our lives, so identifying and managing the digital property we own is more critical than ever. From smart home devices to online investments and bank accounts, we’ve gone way beyond using the internet to email family and social media to connect with friends.
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