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Estate Planning

Estate planning can be an act of love

For the young, planning for the future can seem like an unnecessary task, but due to the unpredictability of life, it is a critical one. Health problems and unexpected accidents can happen to anyone, and certain estate planning documents will be crucial in these...

The do’s and dont’s of a California divorce

For the young, planning for the future can seem like an unnecessary task, but due to the unpredictability of life, it is a critical one. Health problems and unexpected accidents can happen to anyone, and certain estate planning documents will be crucial in these...

Talking to your loved ones about your estate plan

Discussing your finances with your loved ones may feel uncomfortable and counterintuitive. When it comes to your estate plan, you may anticipate objections and hurt feelings. While it might be challenging to decide on the right time to talk to your loved ones about...

Transparency in estate planning benefits everyone

Planning for what will happen with personal assets, money and various types of property after passing can be a challenging and emotional process. Estate planning is deeply personal, and there are many reasons why someone may not want to discuss his or her plans....

Creating a legacy by creating an estate plan

Everyone has the right to have a say over what will happen with their personal property, wealth and health care in the future. Through a carefully prepared estate plan, an adult can decide who will receive estate assets after passing and who will make important health...

Incorporating pets in an estate planning strategy

Pets are important members of the family, but it is often unclear what should happen to them after the owners pass. If your furry friends are important to you, and their long-term care is a legitimate concern, it is in your interests to incorporate terms for your pets...

Strategies for ensuring money stays in the family

One of the most important aspects of planning for the future is ensuring one has control over what will happen with his or her property and assets, even after death. Most adults prefer to pass along their estate to family members, friends and other beneficiaries that...