With 2020’s arrival I wanted to make clear my commitment to you: moving forward our legal blog will be written in a way that is easy to digest and more enjoyable to read. If you’re anything like me then you likely don’t take the time to read through an entire blog unless the information is […]read more
Estate planning is a sensitive subject that is surprisingly avoided on a large scale by adults at every income level. There are many reasons for the lack of action to enter the world of estate planning, but the bottom line is that for whatever reason too many people have not decided to take control of […]read more
When you pass away, your family may need to initiate court proceedings in order to claim their inheritance. This can happen if you own property (like a house, car, bank account, investment account, or other asset) in only your name. Although having a will is a good basic form of planning, a will does not avoid […]read more
When someone we care about passes away and leaves behind assets, their estate must be settled. This process is known as probate and while most people want the process to be done ASAP, probate can take anywhere from 18 and 24 months. It’s no surprise that this time delay can cause a great deal of […]read more
Estate planning is simply planning for life. By using the right set of legal documents you can plan for minor children, grandchildren, protect your estate from probate, plan for your pets, businesses and more! Let’s look at the top five estate planning documents everyone should consider – what they are and why you should consider […]read more
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