Preparing an estate plan is like getting a physical. We know responsible adults have it done but choosing to do it yourself is just not appealing. We may decide with the information available on the internet, we simply can self-diagnose any problems that arise.
On Nov. 11, 1918, the First World War ended. As a result, only seven years later, Congress determined to make this date an annual observance in honor of the Armistice. Interestingly, the national holiday was not enacted until 1938, at a time when the rest of the world was on the brink…
Preparing an estate plan requires careful consideration of your goals and family dynamics. The failure to create a tailor-made estate plan can have significant unintentional consequences, especially for blended families.
Most of us go to great lengths to protect our privacy in our everyday lives. We safeguard our Social Security numbers, avoid giving personal information over the phone and shred documents with identifying information.
October is National Special Needs Law Month, and whether you have a special needs beneficiary or not, special needs planning is something everyone should think about.
A last will and testament is a fundamental document in any estate plan. Every adult should have a will in order to determine property distribution after death. However, a will is limited in what it can do. Too often, a will cannot accomplish what you need or even expect it to do.
One of the most frequent questions asked in estate planning is whether a will is really necessary, particularly when someone has taken steps to avoid the probate process.
When a senior’s health begins to decline, there are a number of financial resources available to assist him or her with paying for the cost of care. One of those resources is the VA Special Monthly Pension. Veterans benefits can provide services and financial assistance to veterans and thei…
For more than a century, Labor Day has been celebrated as a tribute to American workers. The holiday was created in 1894 by an act of Congress in response to widespread labor strikes and general public discontent over harsh labor conditions of the late 19th century.
Although most people understand they must prepare an estate plan at some point in their lives, they do not know where to begin. The thought of meeting with an attorney or financial advisor might be intimidating and the process might appear overwhelming. Preparing your estate plan does not h…
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