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
Most people do not have a clear understanding of the different types of trusts and how they can affect your estate when you pass. It is important to get some fundamental knowledge of trusts before you start making decisions about where your assets will go. We are going to give
Despite the importance of estate planning, a majority of Americans seem to neglect it. In fact, 60% of American adults do not have a will. Having more than enough to worry about already, many people do not want to add their mortality to their list of concerns. But writing a
About 60% of Americans do not have a will or a living trust. Granted, thinking and planning for the end of life is not something anyone would be enthusiastic about. So, while most people know they should, they wait until later to write a will. Unfortunately, the decision at most times is
When you think about estate planning, what do you think of first? Probably death and older people. While estate planning is not the most exciting thing to think about, it is necessary to make sure your children and family members are taken care of and your assets get distributed according
Bought the stroller? Check. Purchased a year’s supply of diapers? Check. Sorted your will?… Yes, that is what we thought. In the excitement of having a baby, we often forget to plan for the unexpected. Luckily for you, we have four estate planning tips to help you do precisely that.
Accidents happen when you least expect them. One day, you are healthy and active, and the next you can be down and injured. Since accidents are unpredictable, social security disability is the protection you should learn more about. Every age group, if they are working, deserves to have a backup
A Power of Attorney designation gives someone the right to make decisions on your behalf in a number of different matters. A Durable Power of Attorney allows for that decision-making to continue, for the designated medical and financial issues that it covers after you become incapacitated or are mentally unable to think