The Importance of Planning for Your End-of-Life Medical Care
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted June 25, 2020

A thorough and properly executed will should not only outline who will get what once a testator dies but should also include information about end-of-life medical decisions. Those who make these plans ahead of time can clearly specify to loved ones what they wish to happen in the event of incapacitation. There are two ways […]

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Choosing the Right Trust for Your Estate Plan
Posted June 10, 2020

Establishing a trust is one of the most effective methods of managing one’s assets, while also shielding property from creditors and excessive taxation. However, there are a number of different types of trusts, each of which comes with its own benefits and drawbacks, so if you are planning your estate and have questions about whether […]

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Signs that Your Heirs Might Contest Your Estate Plan
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted May 21, 2020

Having an estate plan in place is one of the best ways to ensure your loved ones don’t fight over your estate after you’re gone. While it’s not always possible to tell when estate-related trouble is brewing in a family, there are a few signs that could indicate potential issues and even a will contest […]

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Options for Leaving Your Home to a Loved One
Posted May 08, 2020

Homes are often a person’s most valuable asset and it is not uncommon for people to want to leave those homes to their children or other heirs. However, leaving a home to a loved one can be a complicated endeavor. You want to make sure your family home stays in the family, even after you’re […]

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