Monthly Archives: June 2014
No matter what your age or life stage, putting a comprehensive estate plan in place is the best way to maximize your hard-earned savings and protect the future of your loved ones.
A special needs trust (sometimes called a supplemental needs trust) benefits adult children with disabilities or special needs. When properly arranged and administrated, a special needs trusts allows an adult child with disabilities to be the beneficiary of a trust without impacting his or her eligibility for government programs like Medicaid and Social Security Income. […]
The term ‘probate’ tends to cause a lot of confusion. The term frequently gets misinterpreted or misconstrued in casual conversation which can make knowing how to approach this aspect of estate planning difficult or even scary.
In order to clear up some of the confusion surrounding probate and probate law, here are some straightforward answers to some of your most common probate questions.