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Provide You and Your Family Peace of Mind

Many people think they are “too young” or do not have enough resources to plan their estate. These are common misconceptions that can effect a family for generations.  Estate Planning is more than a set of instructions that tells the government who your property...

Do Your Parents Have an Estate Plan?

Are you in the “sandwich generation” (someone who is caring for both your children as well as your parents simultaneously)?, If so, you need to know whether or not your parents have an estate plan. While it is still your parent’s choice to make estate planning...

Why Joint Tenancy Should Not Be the Go-To Plan for Newlyweds

If you are recently married or have been married and are acquiring additional assets, know that you have options when it comes to how the property will be titled. And, although joint tenancy seems like an easy and convenient choice, it may not work as well as you...

Your Post-Honeymoon Legal Checklist

Your wedding is over and the day was absolutely perfect. You went away on your honeymoon with your new spouse and had the time of your lives. Now you are back and can breathe a sigh of relief and watch the rest of the years ahead unfold before your eyes. Well, not so...

How to Choose a Trustee

When you establish a trust, you name someone to be the trustee. A trustee does what you do right now with your financial affairs – collect income, pay bills and taxes, save and invest for the future, buy and sell assets, provide for your loved ones, keep...