Do you have a furry loved one who will need care after you pass away? If so, you can provide for your pet with a Pet Trust. This is an Irrevocable Trust that allows you to set aside money for your animal’s living expenses and medical … [Read more...] about Should You Use a Pet Trust?
Do you know how you will pay for your living expenses when you retire? If you don’t have enough retirement savings, you may have to continue working longer than you would like, or if you are unable to work, you may have to sell assets to pay bills. … [Read more...] about Creating a Strong Retirement Plan
Medical emergencies happen every day. You never know when a medical crisis could leave you mentally disabled or in a constant vegetative state and unable to make your own medical decisions. This is why you should have a disability plan. One of the … [Read more...] about What Does Your Advance Medical Directive Do?
An essential aspect of estate planning is providing for your family members after you are gone. This is especially important if you have minor children. Until your children have reached adulthood they will need someone to care for them and … [Read more...] about Including Your Children in Your Estate Plan
One of the initial steps to creating an estate plan is to evaluate how much your assets are worth and what debts you owe. The net worth of your estate can help your attorney to decide what level of estate planning you need. This evaluation will … [Read more...] about Evaluating Your Net Worth
A payable on death (POD) account is any type of bank account that you designate a person to take over upon your death. Name a "Beneficiary" In order to make an account payable on death, you must complete a designation form with your account … [Read more...] about How a Payable on Death Account Works