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Who Needs an Estate Plan?

If you’re reading this, you need an estate plan. Why? The short answer is “Everyone, age 18 and older needs an estate plan.” It doesn’t matter if you are old or young, if you have built up considerable wealth or if you are just entering adulthood - you need a written plan to keep you [...]

By | 2017-02-14T16:22:36+00:00 February 14th, 2017|Estate Planning|0 Comments

The Real Life Perils of Online and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Estate Planning

With the number of online and do-it-yourself (DIY) legal providers continuing to grow and advertise heavily, you may be wondering if you could do your estate planning with the help of these forms. The advertising is seductive. Ads say, “attorneys use similar forms,” “the cost is significantly less than hiring an attorney,” and “many of [...]

By | 2017-01-11T20:29:00+00:00 January 11th, 2017|Estate Planning|0 Comments

Why a Trust is the Best Option for Avoiding Probate

As Ambrose Bierce once darkly observed, “Death is not the end. There remains the litigation over the estate.” Obviously, ideally, when someone passes away, the paperwork and material concerns associated with the estate are so flawlessly handled (thanks to excellent preparation) that they fade into the background, allowing the family to grieve and remember in [...]

By | 2016-12-08T15:55:48+00:00 December 8th, 2016|Estate Planning|0 Comments

Estate Planning for Unmarried Partners

When you’re in a romantic partnership - as opposed to a marriage - you need to create the legal protections and benefits automatically afforded to those who are married. For example, married persons legally inherit from each automatically and can visit their spouses in the hospital without question. You and your partner can do the [...]

By | 2016-11-22T21:34:20+00:00 November 22nd, 2016|Estate Planning|0 Comments

Young Adults Need Estate Planning, Too

Once a child turns 18, parents lose the legal ability to make decisions for their child or even to find out basic information. Learning you cannot see your college student's grades without his/her permission can be mildly frustrating. But a medical emergency can take this frustration to a completely different level. The parents (or a [...]

By | 2015-05-18T20:17:04+00:00 May 18th, 2015|Estate Planning|0 Comments