Most people recognize that their estate plan at a minimum must include a last will and testament but there are a few other documents that you should consider putting in place to ensure that your wishes are known and protected in the event this is needed.
The past several decades have seen significant areas of improvement for women and financial planning. First of all, women are increasingly choosing not to get married and are increasingly serving as the primary breadwinner in plenty of households. This ra
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Your estate plan and your elder law plan should think about all of the different issues that might affect you as you approach your older years. There is definitely no easy way to start discussing some of the complicated issues around end of life concerns
There’s a good chance you’ve already had some conversations with your spouse about retirement to get on the same page about what it looks like for you and some of your top concerns. You might have a shared vision of moving somewhere tropical, kicking b
Are you planning on leaving behind assets for your beneficiaries to get the support of the work you’ve accomplished over the course of your life? Receiving an inheritance after the passing of a loved one can be a very complicated scenario if you have not
A durable power of attorney is an important document that is likely included in your overall estate plan. It is impossible to know what kind of medical treatment choices that you might ultimately face in the future and to further complicate this matter, y