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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

special needs

Estate-planning solutions for children with special needs

It can be one of the most stressful decisions you’ll make as a parent, planning the estate for children with special needs. You sacrifice time and finances, sometimes having to forego employment responsibilities, in order to ensure proper care for your younger loved ones.… Read more

what is a will

What Is A Will?

There are many reasons why people may not have an estate plan and we’ve heard most of them. The reasons could be that you’ve just procrastinated, maybe you don’t understand what a will or trust really is, or maybe you don’t like to think about death.… Read more

estate planning

Why You Need to Talk to Mom and Dad About Estate Planning

During the holiday season, there are many events that we look forward to- trimming the tree, cooking with our family, and enjoying time with our loved ones over the exchanging of gifts. One exchange that your family could be avoiding, however, is the conversation that is most important: what will occur when one, or both, of your parents pass away.… Read more