Estate Planning

Estate planning for unmarried couples

Many couples remain lifelong partners without ever getting married. While you may not feel like you need a marriage certificate, if you want to ensure that you and your partner provide for each other after one of you passes away, you need to put an estate plan in...

3 things to leave out of your will

Your will is an important part of a bigger estate plan. It allows you to designate who gets what when you die and name someone as a guardian for your minor children.  However, a will isn’t for everything. This document has limits, and some things should be left out....

It’s never too late to write your will

Many people go through life without considering what will become of their assets after their death. However, you may have come to realize that your estate can benefit the people around you when you pass away. You may want your assets to go to good and caring hands. If...

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