When it comes to estate planning, getting everything in order involves more than simply writing a will. And though it is an unpleasant topic to think about, it is extremely difficult to settle an estate without necessary planning. Organizing your estate plan is one of the most valuable things you can do for your family…Read More Here!
A trust is a relationship you can establish in which you give another party, the trustee, the right to hold title to your property and assets on behalf of a beneficiary. This provides legal protection to your assets and ensures that those assets are distributed according to your wishes. When you meet with a lawyer…Read More Here!
When it comes to planning and preparing a will, you know you will have to appoint someone to take care of your estate and wishes when you are gone. The most important rule of choosing an executor is to choose someone you trust. However, there is often a lot of “importance” placed on this role…Read More Here!
Drafting a legal will can seem like a simple inconvenience of a daunting ordeal – but it is absolutely essential if you want to have a say in who inherits your property, sentimental valuables, and even unpleasant things like your debts. If left undone, there are regulations in place that ensure some very minor protection…Read More Here!
No one really wants to talk about death or serious illness but the stress and discomfort of having these types of conversations are nothing compared to facing these issues without proper legal documentation put into place. If you have an elderly family member, you’ve probably thought about whether or not they have a power of…Read More Here!
Dying wishes are the last things anyone wants to think about, especially those who are young and young at heart. The truth is that, regardless of your age, it’s important to get your life’s assets in order and start thinking about setting up a will, a power of attorney, and a personal directive – just…Read More Here!
When someone you love dies, it can be difficult to navigate the process of grieving while handling the personal and legal details following that death – especially if the responsibility of doing so falls directly on you. The amount of work it takes to settle a loved one’s affairs can be quite a shock –…Read More Here!
Dealing with the death of a family member, friend, or loved one can be a difficult emotional process. While dealing with the aftermath in terms of wills and estates may create additional stress, sometimes being involved in the process can help individuals find closure and acceptance. If you are responsible for distributing the assets of…Read More Here!
Are you preparing to have your will created? Your will is an important document that ensures your property is handled according to your wishes after you pass away. It protects your family and loved ones as well as your assets. Because it is such an important document, it’s important to have your will created thoroughly…Read More Here!
We’re all familiar with the process of grieving the passing of a friend, family member or loved one – we dress in black, attend a funeral and celebrate the life they had. When you are an executor or designated representative, however, the process of working through someone’s death becomes more complicated. Suddenly, you find yourself…Read More Here!