Every parent has the right to do whatever they choose with their money during their lifetime.
Before meeting with an estate planning attorney, create an inventory of everything you own that has significant monetary or family value.
Powers of attorney come in various forms. They can be generalized, or very detailed. Among the different types, there are two common designations: Springing and…
Estate planning for blended families is key to a smooth inheritance process, especially since probate rules and intestate succession law do not treat step and…
Unlike a will, a trust will help keep your estate from going through an expensive, time-consuming, and public probate process.
This adage is why many people spend substantial time and effort maximizing their legacy goals in their estate plan, ensuring their wishes come to pass.
Essentially, probate allows a judge to give legal permission for assets to pass whether or not there is a last will.
More considerable sums of money can create situations that financially break an estate plan.
To better understand the two areas of the legal field, we will look at the solutions they provide, questions they answer, and how they can…
Wealth preservation is the main priority, and it requires accuracy.