Estate Planning for the Unmarried

Wills are often regarded as the most reliable way to safeguard our assets after we pass away by passing them on to our children and spouses. However, though we tend to think that estate planning is only a matter of concern for married couples and 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 …

Don’t Let Divorce Distract You From Important Estate Planning Considerations

Although life would be much simpler if it stayed the same for long periods of time, the truth is that it is constantly changing. People come into your life unexpectedly and exit just as frequently. Regarding estate planning, or preparing the transfer of wealth to Read More …

Preparing an Estate Plan after a Dementia Diagnosis

Dementia and Legal Planning Have you or someone you love been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s dementia? Every 66 seconds someone in America develops Alzheimer’s, and today, there are 5.5 million Americans living with the disease. Such a diagnosis can take an emotional toll on any family, Read More …

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Even Your Sperm Needs A Will

It may have never occurred to you before, but yes, your reproductive cells need a will. You never know what could happen within the next second of your life. One minute you could be talking to your partner about getting married and having children, and Read More …

8 Smart Estate Planning Steps to Help You Feel at Peace

With all of the worries most adults have on their plate, from their job to their family obligations, let’s ensure financial security and inheritance decisions are not part of the mix. Using these 8 estate planning steps, we can help you feel a sense of Read More …