Loss of a loved one can be devastating. Preparing a funeral can be difficult on top of the loss can be difficult and stressful. But with a little planning, you can prevent this.
It is common for people to get their estate in order at the end of their life. Without an estate plan, heirs may need to pay avoidable taxes, spend time in probate, or even lose their inheritance altogether.
It’s the time of year that we make resolutions. While many are broken within a few months, a resolution to finally getting your estate plan done is one you’ll want to keep.
With New Year’s Resolutions right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about your resolutions. Make a resolution that you can get done right away – get your estate plan check up.
Talking to someone about the end of their life is never easy. It’s a topic many would prefer to avoid. But this is a conversation that every child needs to have with their parents.
A trust is a powerful and versatile estate planning document. It can pass control over property, allow you to dictate terms for payment, avoid a costly probate process, and maintain privacy. Here’s five steps to making your living trust.
Your college-aged children are adults in the eyes of the law. This means you no longer have the same legal rights regarding your child. So what sort of estate planning does your student need?
What stops people from getting an estate plan that serves their needs? Here are the top 5 reasons people have an incomplete or poor estate plan.