Working with your attorney to create a Durable Financial Power of Attorney (POA) ensures that, in the event you become incapacitated due to illness or injury, your financial affairs continue to be handled properly. With this document, you as
You can't start estate planning too early. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The earlier you begin, the better you will be prepared for life's ups and downs. And if you have a family, you really better get started. Here are some estate planning tips for
As a recent article explains, "the definition of a traditional nuclear family has been stretched considerably in the last quarter century." Now more than ever, it is important for individuals to take the time to sit down and create an estate plan that fit
No one wants to face the reality of an unexpected death. However, more often than not, death comes before we are ready. A recent article discusses several steps a person can take to ensure that his or her family is cared in the event of the unexpected.
When creating an estate plan, parents of special needs children need to be extra careful to be sure that they have properly provided for the continued care of their special needs child after their death. However, many parents continue to put off estate pl