Estate Planning
Randi Johnson

10 Tips to Find an Elder Law Attorney You Can Trust

There are people in this world that will take advantage of anyone for their own gain. They target people unable to care for themselves or that suffer dementia. 1 out of 10 older people experience a form of abuse. This problem does not stop at law offices. Lawyers know the intricacy of

Read More »
Estate Planning
Randi Johnson

5 Hacks for Setting Up a Living Will and Trust

Age is a slippery slope. The older you get, the more dependent you are on others. At some point, you cannot depend on yourself at all.  Around 60-years-old, there is a 7% chance you will suffer from dementia. Two decades later, and it is more likely you will have dementia than you

Read More »
Uncategorized
Randi Johnson

Revocable Trust or Irrevocable Trust: Which One Do You Need?

No matter what happens throughout your life, you are going to leave behind assets for someone when you die. You should always leave behind a legal document to guide how to distribute those assets. Another thing you should do to protect your assets is to put your assets into a

Read More »
Estate Planning
Randi Johnson

Living Trusts for Beginners: What is a Living Trust?

What happens when we die? Or when we are still alive but unable to make decisions for ourselves? This question is not about religion or spirituality – we are talking about pure practicality. If either of these situations happens and you are not prepared, then your loved ones have to

Read More »
Estate Planning
Randi Johnson

Revocable vs Irrevocable Trusts: What You Need to Know

As you move into the latter stages of life, you want to know where your resources will end up when you pass away. Setting up a trust is an extremely common way to do this, and it can help ensure that your life’s savings will end up in the right

Read More »

Got a Question? Not Able to Call? No Problem!

Fill out the Contact Form and We'll Get Back to you ASAP!