Estate Planning

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...

What is a financial power of attorney?

Many people think about things like who will get their assets when they consider making an estate plan. While that’s an important part of what you need to do, you can’t forget about making the plans for taking care of your affairs if you’re not able to make decisions...

Reasons you might want to contest a will?

Contesting a will is far from easy. Yet, sometimes it is necessary to ensure a family member’s wishes are carried out, and you get what is rightfully yours. Money issues can lead to lifelong family disputes. So before you share your suspicions that something is not...

3 estate planning myths to avoid

When you start to think about estate planning, it's very natural to think about the things that you need to do. You need to write a will or you need to pick an estate executor. It is very important to consider the whole process from this side. At the same time,...

Why a DIY will is not such a good idea 

Creating a final will and testament is a crucial decision that many people choose to put off. Hesitance may arise because the topic of discussing death can sometimes be viewed as morbid. Furthermore, the costs associated with legal appointments and procedures can...

What can you do if you have a problem heir?

There are times when an adult knows that they need to set up a plan for what will happen to their assets when they die, but they’re worried that an heir will squander the inheritance. There are several options that you have for handling this type of situation.  One...

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