COVID

With 10 million Americans positive for COVID-19, estate planning is a must!

As of right now, 10.2 million American have tested positive for COVID-19, a virus that has also taken the lives of over 200,000 U.S. citizens. When we discussed COVID-19 and estate planning before today (link to previous article should go here), no one knew how important it would still be to explain, in clear and concise detail, why planning your estate — by putting a will, trust, or other documentation in place before your demise — is more important now than ever before in our lifetime.… Read more

medical power of attorney

Medical Power of Attorney Plan: What decisions need to be made and when

When it comes to medical powers of attorney, most people would rather think about something else…anything else. The thought of a loved one not being physically or mentally able to make health-wise decisions is enough to leave anyone overwhelmed. However, we should let this year be a lesson: always have a plan!… Read more

uncertainty

Three things to know about estate planning during uncertainty

Most of us have never been faced with a major pandemic such as COVID-19. It may prompt some of us to think about the kind of life we want to leave for our families, while choosing the best strategies for staying safe from the virus, working from home, and doing all we can to adjust to a new normal.… Read more

millennials

What All Millennials Need To Know About Estate Planning

It might not be immediately clear to many young people why they need to plan their estates, but they should.

It does not take a sociology PhD to realize that younger generations are leading considerably different lives from those of their forebears.Read more

caregiving issues

Are you facing any of these caregiving issues?

If you’ve read our last article, then you know the dangers seniors face as they age, including scams in order to get bank account information. Unfortunately, wrongdoers jump at the opportunity to take advantage of the inability for our elders to defend themselves.… Read more

your child

When your child turns 18, have him or her do this!

Turning eighteen in the United States usually equates to being “grown’ish”. Oftentimes, 18 means your child is leaving the nest for the first time — and hopefully for the last time, right? This includes going to college, joining the military or moving to a major city in order to make their dreams a reality.… Read more