December 20, 2018

Preparing to Take Care of Your Aging Parents

When you are preparing to take care of your aging parents, your attention may be on the practical questions and not on the legal ones. Figuring […]
December 18, 2018

Could Creditors Access the Money in Your Trust?

If you are starting a trust, one of your motivations may be to protect trust assets from creditor claims. You should know that creditors can access […]
December 13, 2018

Designating an Emergency Guardian for Your Children

Planning for a time when you are not able to care for your children may not be the first thing on your mind while you are […]
December 11, 2018

Leaving a Vacation Home or Second Home to Your Relatives

When you own a vacation home or second home, you may want to keep it in the family by leaving it to your relatives. To make […]
December 6, 2018

Should Your Estate Plan Change After You Receive a Personal Injury Settlement?

After you receive a personal injury settlement, you should take a second look at your estate plan. While being injured in an accident is often painful […]
December 4, 2018

How Will a Reverse Mortgage Affect Your Estate Planning?

If you are considering taking out a reverse mortgage on your home, keep in mind that it will affect your estate planning in a few ways. […]
November 29, 2018

What to Tell Your Family Members about Your Estate Plan

When you begin estate planning, you should consider what to tell your family members about your estate plan. What you tell them, and what you don’t […]
November 27, 2018

How Can Estate Planning Help Your Family After a Serious Medical Diagnosis?

You or someone in your family has just received a serious medical diagnosis. You are overwhelmed with doctor’s appointments, treatment options, anxiety, and stress. How will […]
November 22, 2018

No Matter How Much You Own, You Need an Estate Plan

Some families think that because they do not have much money, they do not need to do any estate planning. In fact, it does not matter […]