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 …

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 …

The Importance of Advance Directives

Aging is inescapable, and while many have tried to delay or avoid the inevitable, none have succeeded. It’s important, therefore, to plan accordingly for old age. While this may include a myriad of things, estate planning (specifically incapacity planning), is vital in making sure that Read More …

Estate Planning When Your First Child Turns 18

The sad truth that many of us have to accept is that our children are growing up not only in front of our eyes, but in the eyes of the state as well. Once eighteen, a child is considered a legal adult and is seen Read More …

Specifying a Method of Death in Estate Planning Documents

Going Out on Your Own Terms: Specifying a Method of Death in Estate Planning Documents Traditionally, the goal of estate planning has been seen as facilitating the transfer of assets from a deceased person to intended heirs upon death. While a written will focuses on Read More …

Avoid the Drama: Plan Ahead

Many times, the conversation about what to do when a loved one passes on is avoided. It becomes too uncomfortable to speak about, thus leaving the topic untouched. This becomes a problem later on in life, as was the case with the Royals. The Royals’ Read More …