If you have not developed an estate plan, then you may have questions about what it really is and why it matters. After all, it’s only for the rich, right? Wrong.
When it comes to estate planning, there is no “one size fits all” solution. It’s a combination of science and knowing what will work best for your family.
Many business owners do not have an estate plan in place in the event of their demise. Death taxes could cause the loss of your business and a financial strain on your family.
No doubt you are familiar with wills, but what do you know about trusts? This powerful component of an estate plan is a must-have for many families. Does your family have one prepared?
Guardianship is an important part of your estate plan. And our complex lives can make this decision making process a complicated one. With many tangled relationships, it may not always be clear who to choose. Learn more.
We’re often asked which is better for my family, a will or a trust? The reality is that it depends on your specific situation. And while we always recommend digging deep before deciding, here is some insight into the key differences between these tools.
Whether you’re Modern Family or the Brady Bunch, blended families create estate planning complications. It’s an entanglement of different responsibilities and assets. Learn how this affects your estate planning.
Life changes and so does your estate planning. A living document, your estate plan needs to reflect new events that may happen. We outline ten things that can happen in your life that requires a change to your estate plan.