Every parent has the right to do whatever they choose with their money during their lifetime.
There are advantages to avoiding probate as it can be lengthy, complex, expensive, and is always a matter of public record.
Unlike a will, a trust will help keep your estate from going through an expensive, time-consuming, and public probate process.
Almost half of America’s 40 and 50-year-olds feel the need to be available to care for their children and aging parents simultaneously.
More considerable sums of money can create situations that financially break an estate plan.
The first thing to do after a loved one passes away is to find out if they made and signed a last will and testament,…
Dying without a will is known as dying intestate, and the decedent’s state law will determine who inherits your property.
Making sound decisions regarding finances and healthcare can become challenging as you age due to diminished mental capacity or declining health.
Make a list of your digital assets and include important online accounts (social media, banking, bill pay), passwords, and digital property, including cryptocurrency, money transfer…
As tax reform law affects your estate planning strategy, it is wise to review your unique estate situation routinely.