10 Essential Estate Planning Steps for 2021

Tips 1&2- Prepare for Your Future by Drafting a Will and Selecting an Executor Drafting a will is essential to the distribution of your assets upon your passing. This document gives you the ability to decide exactly how your estate will be managed upon your Read More …

How to Discuss Estate Planning with Your Loved Ones This Holiday Season?

How to discuss estate planning with your loved ones this holiday season? With the holiday season coming around and the gathering of family members you probably have not seen in quite some time, it is the perfect time to discuss estate planning for the future. Read More …

Why do Rich Young People Die Without a Will?

Young Individuals Seem to Believe Life is Endless: Young members of society are constantly focused on the present and the upcoming near future. It is highly unlikely that a 30 year old has begun planning for his potential death. In fact, many young individuals follow Read More …

It is Never too Early to Begin Elder Care Planning!

Top 5 Reasons for Elder Law Planning 1)Specified Plan of Action for the Elderly Population: An Elder Law Attorney primarily focuses on the specific needs of seniors. In prioritizing the requirements of the elderly population, an elder care attorney will assist in the legal process Read More …

Is It Better to Have an LLC or an S-Corporation?

LLC vs S-Corporation – Which Is Better for Asset Protection? When it comes to personal finance, identifying the right form of asset protection follows a relatively standard process. There are options such as opening a traditional IRA, or ROTH IRA, putting your money into a Read More …

Cryptocurrency as a Tool for Asset Protection

Cryptocurrency is a decentralized form of currency that has fettered its way into popularity in the last several years. It is not regulated by any bank or institution, and the government won’t make more when it runs out. Rather, the number of individual coins that Read More …

4 Important Long Term Care Planning Tips for Couples

As we age, we never know what might happen. The future is unknown, and we might be gone tomorrow, or we might be here a long time. It’s good to plan for any possibility. For many of us, the best possibility is that we enjoy Read More …

Same Old Assets, Fresh New Trust – Decanting Trusts

Like wine decanting, where the contents of a bottle are poured from one container to another, decanting a trust means that the contents of a trust are being transferred to a new trust, likely because the second one brings more advantages. Since by definition, an Read More …

Assets on Ice: Cryogenic Estate Planning

Dennis Kowalski, a husband and father of three, recently spent $140,000 to cryogenically preserve his entire family after they die, hoping to give them a chance at a second life. He is the president of the Cryonics Institute and a paramedic, and trusts that this Read More …