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Pet Trusts: Creating a Legacy for the Four-Legged Children

Since my youngest child learned how to independently use the rest room, my oldest child has been pestering me non-stop to get the family a dog. My darling tweener, in her most sarcastic and whiny tone (parents especially know how this hits shrill level 10), she reminds me “you promised.” Well, I confess, I did [...]

By | December 20th, 2017|Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts|0 Comments

Mistake Avoidance 101: Failing to Fund your Trust

And now, a short story that is more truth than fiction, you became a hero to your family when you created an estate plan. You took home a binder full of signed documents, put it in a safe place and forgot about it. Weeks, maybe months later, you vaguely remember that your lawyer mentioned something [...]

By | November 30th, 2017|Estate Planning, Finances, Legal Strategy, Wills & Trusts|0 Comments

Why You Should Never Buy Your Will From Living Social or Groupon

Of the handful of major life events that require your serious consideration, few are as emotionally charged as how to leave your assets for loved ones at the time of your death. This often complex process is accomplished via testamentary documents such as wills and trusts, which have recently become available for purchase online as [...]

By | July 14th, 2017|Wills & Trusts|0 Comments

What Happens to Your Body When You Die? The Choice Can Be Yours.

Many of us are too afraid of death to carefully consider what happens to our bodies after we die. Unfortunately, failing to plan for that event can leave your wishes unattended to and your family grief stricken and unsure how to honor your wishes. But proactively facing your death creates a better life now. There [...]

By | June 8th, 2017|Wills & Trusts|0 Comments