Estate Planning Basics: Leaving Money to Kids

Estate Planning Basics: Leaving Money to Kids

What will happen to my children if I get real sick? What will happen if I die? These are pressing questions moms (and dads) ask, and those they hope and pray never become a reality. Unfortunately, that does become a reality for some parents and their children. Estate...
Estate Planning Basics: The Personal Representative

Estate Planning Basics: The Personal Representative

Every estate planning process that includes a last will and testament (i.e, every estate plan!) will require naming someone as the personal representative, a/k/a executor, of your estate. Most of my clients name a spouse, so they don’t have to give much thought to...
Protecting Your Greatest Asset: Your Family

Protecting Your Greatest Asset: Your Family

Estate planning lawyers often talk about the need for estate planning to protect your assets, meaning your house, finances, and all the tangible property you own. Clients often say they want to do an estate plan to avoid taxes and avoid probate. Many have said they...

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