Estate plans can have all sorts of hidden issues. You don’t need years of study or a law degree to identify some of these very common problems in your estate plan.
I was told that a trust isn’t enough. I was told that I also needed a “pour-over will.” What is this? Why do I need it?
Going through divorce can be an overwhelming experience. But if you are divorced or considering divorce, do not forget to review and change your estate plans.
Wills and trusts are both indispensable estate planning tools. They can both be used to transfer assets after death. But there are some critical differences. Knowing the difference can be key to planning an effective estate plan.