5 Estate Planning Tips for Blended Families

Every family is unique and comes with their own unique circumstances. When it comes to estate planning, one should keep in mind how their particular circumstances will affect how they’d like their assets to be distributed upon their death. Those who have remarried have various Read More …

Succession and Estate Planning for Businesses

Succession and Estate Planning Building and operating a business is, by any metrics, a big feat to accomplish. It often takes time, sacrifice, and incessant perseverance to run a successful, income-generating business. That being the case, one important aspect of business that entrepreneurs should consider Read More …

Estate Planning for Natural Disasters

Accidents happen when we are least expecting them. Natural disasters in particular can catch us off guard, as they are often unexpected and unpredictable. Whether you encounter a hurricane, tornado, earthquake, wildfire, or flood, one should be prepared in the case of an emergency. There Read More …

Elder Planning – What Taxes Will I Have to Pay When I Retire?

To most, retirement seems like a final destination; you’ve worked your entire adult life and you finally have a chance to sit back, relax and enjoy the rest of your days, living as stress-free as possible. While this vision of retirement may very well be Read More …

Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Common Estate Planning Mistakes (Part 2) Regardless of your financial position, making sure that your assets are transferred smoothly after your death is something that everyone should consider. How your estate planning documents are prepared will play a significant role when it comes to safeguarding Read More …

Wills & Prenups – Which Takes Priority?

A prenuptial agreement, or prenup, is a written contract created by two people before they get married. Prenups usually include debts each person may have, properties owned by both people, and rights both people will have after marriage. If the married couple has kids, a Read More …

Will My Advance Directives Be Valid In Other States?

What happens if you suddenly experience a casualty or severe illness that leaves you paralyzed and/or unable to communicate? How can you ensure that your wishes about your medical care are known to not just your loved ones, but to your medical personnel? Fortunately, estate Read More …

Survivorship Requirement – What If My Beneficiaries Pass Away?

When thinking about the purpose of a will, many only consider the process of smoothly passing assets to their beneficiaries upon their death. But, what happens if your beneficiaries die only a few days after receiving your assets? As terrible as it sounds to even Read More …

Estate Essentials: What Do I Include in My Explanatory Letter?

When most people think of a will, likely the first thing that comes to mind is a set of instructions or wishes about how one’s assets should be distributed after their death. While this is certainly an integral part of any will and therefore, estate Read More …