Protecting your family is important, especially when you have minor children, and even more so now that we are living through a pandemic.
You may think that estate planning is only for the elderly. However, even if you are young, an estate plan is crucial, regardless of whether you have accumulated much money or property.
Allowing an heir or beneficiary to mentally spend an inheritance before receipt can be dangerous. An estate may have to settle a number of expenses that can cause the amount an heir or beneficiary ultimately receives to differ significantly from what was expected.
Dealing with the financial stress of frozen bank accounts can exacerbate the stress experienced with the loss of a loved one.
For many snowbirds, cooler weather means it is time to head south. If you are thinking about heading for warmer weather this winter, there are a few things you should consider before hitting the road.
Far too many families end up fighting, or at least experiencing tension, over a family inheritance. But it does not have to be that way.
If you have an interest in an MLM business or franchise, it is crucial to familiarize yourself with any provisions in the contract affecting your ability to transfer your interest to your beneficiaries, and a copy of the agreement should be provided to your estate planning attorney.
Some techniques for funding education expenses require that the funds be spent only on certain items to take full advantage of tax breaks and incentives.
After months of near confinement in our homes, many of us are stir-crazy and eager to travel to a vacation destination. Although more states are opening up, there are several precautions to consider and preparations to make as you plan your summer travels.
If you and your spouse have a marital agreement, it is crucial for you to provide a copy of it to your estate planning attorney to avoid conflicts between provisions in your estate planning and the marital agreement.