Knowing your Points of Power is important for seniors.
Consider this: “More Americans than ever before are now older than 65, and in just four more decades, there will be more seniors in the United States than people younger than 18 years old (for the first time in the history of our country)!”… Read more
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“Attorney Quinn, I have a question: My mother passed leaving a couple of credit card balances along with a car loan. I have been making payments toward each bill out of my own money. Should I continue making those payments or should I just pay them all off?”
As an estate planning/wills and trusts attorney, I have the privilege of talking with many families and individuals of many different walks of life. Over time, I have observed that while there is not a category or classification of individuals or families that can justify avoiding estate planning (every adult needs at least a will and powers of attorney), there are some classifications of individuals and families that are in urgent need of estate planning.… Read more
ARE YOU LIABLE?
As an estate planning attorney, it is common for me to engage in discussions with potential clients involving property ownership and how such property will be distributed to future generations or charities.
HOW IS YOUR PROPERTY OWNED?
While engaged in these conversations, it is always important to consider how such property is currently owned.… Read more
Failing to plan is often another way of planning to fail.
In other words, we all have an estate plan in place…in one way or another. Either you have planned the care for your children and assets according to your interests, or you have left it up to someone else.… Read more