Set Aside Some Time at Thanksgiving Dinner to Talk About Estate Plans

Most people getting together with their family for the holiday this next week will enjoy sitting around the table and discussing what has happened in the previous year. As you approach putting together your holiday newsletter as well, this is a good opportunity to reflect back and think about whether or not your current estate… Read More »

Don’t Make This Estate Planning Mistake with Your Personal Property

You can learn plenty from the experiences of famous individuals who made estate planning blunders such as Martin Luther King Jr or Robin Williams. A film memorabilia collection owned by Robin Williams has initiated a legal conflict between family members and Martin Luther King’s children fought over his Nobel medal and his Bible. Unfortunately, personal… Read More »

Do College Students Really Need an Estate Plan?

Sending an adult child off to college can be an exciting experience and is perhaps the first time that a parent really begins to see the child as an adult. Many college students keep ties to their parents in some way, like staying on a health insurance plan or sharing the cellphone bill. However, one… Read More »

Where Flexibility Plays a Role in Your Estate Plan

There are many different reasons why it’s imperative to consider flexibility in the estate planning process. First of all, life changes are more common now than ever before. With many people entering in second or even third marriages, providing for children from previous marriages and relationships is often a key concern. This can become an… Read More »

Estate Planning Documents You Need to Get Familiar With

Estate planning can be as complex or as simple as you need it to be. The best way to protect yourself and to ensure that all your bases are covered is to set up a consultation with an estate planning attorney and to meet with him or her regularly. As your life changes, you may… Read More »