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While it’s not something most people like to consider, estate planning is critical. It’s important to know that if something were to happen to you, that your wishes will be respected and your loved ones protected. As you move through life, your last wishes can change and it’s important to update your estate plan accordingly. […]
The relationship adult children have with their parents is usually pretty well defined. Children are generally not accustomed to advising their parents; it’s usually the other way around. However, as parents become older and children grow into adulthood and begin to have families of their own, this dynamic can change significantly. This shift becomes even […]
As the U.S. population becomes more educated and career focused, we are seeing many couples who are opting to forego parenthood so they can focus on their careers or other interests. It’s important to consider, however, that choosing not to have kids, should not mean that estate planning can be ignored. Many people assume that […]
It is difficult to think about the possibility of your spouse’s death but being unprepared for the future will leave you in an even more difficult situation. Will you be financially prepared if you lose your spouse? By taking the time today to discuss estate planning with your spouse, you can prepare for whatever the […]
For many young people, busy schedules and the idea that estate planning is only for the rich and elderly, can easily place estate planning at the bottom of the to-do list. However, there can be significant consequences for your family if you delay your estate planning for too long.
We are living in a digital age where almost everything can be stored “online”. It’s become clear that our online lives are becoming just as complicated as our real lives when it comes to estate planning.
As you plan for the future, keep in mind that “fair” doesn’t always mean “equal”.
If you are divorced, have outlived your spouse, or have never been married, creating an estate plan is essential in order to help ensure that your wishes are carried out after you pass on.
Are you concerned that the distribution of your estate will cause disagreements between your children after you pass away?
Here are a few reasons why you may have neglected or avoided building your estate plan as well as some helpful tips to keep you from delaying estate planning any further.