A will is just a part of estate planning. We’re breaking down the difference and what you need to know to plan for the future.
When you think of estate planning, you hopefully have a will to direct who receives your property after your passing. However, if you want to begin setting aside funds for a specific individual or organization, a living trust can be a better option to ensure your assets get to the proper party. We know this […]
Our estate planning attorneys are sharing what you need to know to prepare a will and power of attorney during COVID-19.
Though it can be a difficult decision to make for a family, legal guardianship can become necessary. We have seen many cases where a legal guardianship is a must in order to keep a family member safe. We understand that it is a hard choice to make which is why we are here to help!
Another important aspect of your Living Will is that you can make a determination in writing as to whether you want artificial hydration or artificial nutrition to remain in place if it will extend your life.
For various reasons, spouses often sign Wills that leave out their surviving husband or wife. In other words, a spouse is disinherited. Is this legal? Yes, but steps can often be taken to effectively get around the Will.
We are often asked if a person really needs a Will. The answer is “yes, without a doubt.”