Don’t Make These Common, Expensive Mistakes: How to Leave Assets to Minor Children

Most parents want to make sure their children are provided for in the event something happens to them while the children are still minors. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, and good friends sometimes want to leave gifts to beloved young children too. Unfortunately, good...

How Estate Planning Can Help a Loved One Who Struggles with Addiction

Substance addiction is by no means rare, impacting as many as one in seven Americans. Because of its prevalence, navigating a loved one’s addiction recovery is actually a relatively common topic in everyday life. But you should also consider it when working on your...

How You Can Build an Estate Plan that Includes Asset Protection

Much of estate planning has to do with the way a person’s assets will be distributed upon their death. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg. From smart incapacity planning to diligent probate avoidance, there is a lot that goes into crafting a comprehensive estate...

Protect Your Heirs – Reconsider Outright Gifts and Inheritances

How to Protect Your Heirs and Your Legacy from Bad Decisions and Outside Influences Estate planning is an important and everlasting gift you can give your family. And setting up a smooth inheritance to protect your heirs isn’t as hard as you might think. –...
Ten Different Types of Trusts – Which One Is Right for You?

Ten Different Types of Trusts – Which One Is Right for You?

Considering the myriad types of trusts available, creating an estate plan that works for your individual circumstances can seem daunting.  However, that’s what we, as estate planning attorneys, do every day. We know the applicable laws, we learn about your own...
Wills and Trusts: A Quick & Simple Reference Guide

Wills and Trusts: A Quick & Simple Reference Guide

Confused about the differences between wills and trusts?  If so, you’re not alone. While it’s always wise to contact experts like us, it’s also important to understand the basics. Here’s a quick and simple reference guide: What Revocable Living Trusts Can Do – That...

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