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Estate Planning Must-Haves for Parents – Even If You Have Legal Documents

YA comprehensive Estate Plan can protect the things that matter most. For many, this means their property and their family. Including provisions for the care of your children in your Estate Plan is essential for peace of mind. But many parents struggle with including such provisions as naming a legal guardian for their child inContinue reading “Estate Planning Must-Haves for Parents – Even If You Have Legal Documents”

How Estate Planning Can Bring Blended Families Closer

Yours, mine and ours… in today’s modern family, it’s oh so common. The blended family is the product of 2nd (or more) marriages, in which one or more of the parties comes with children from a prior marriage. And then, they may even go on to have children together. If you have or are partContinue reading “How Estate Planning Can Bring Blended Families Closer”

Don’t Forget To Protect Your Furry Family: Estate Planning For Your Pets

It’s sad but true that many pets end up in shelters after their owner dies or becomes incapacitated. In fact, the Humane Society estimates that between 100,00 to 500,000 pets are placed in shelters each year for exactly this reason, and a large number of these animals are ultimately euthanized. Unfortunately, the law considers petsContinue reading “Don’t Forget To Protect Your Furry Family: Estate Planning For Your Pets”

You Think You Are Too Young to Need An Estate Plan? Think Again..

The pandemic has caused Americans to change their behavior in a number of different ways, and one of the most positive of these changes is related to Estate Planning. For the first time since the study’s inception, Caring.com’s 2021 Wills and Estate Planning Study found that young adults are now more likely to have an Estate Plan thanContinue reading “You Think You Are Too Young to Need An Estate Plan? Think Again..”

Did You Know Before You Go? 21 Q’s To Answer Before Meeting With Your Estate Planning Attorney

Over the next 6 weeks, we will ask questions that might be asked in an initial Estate Planning consultation. 1.) What are the names of all your children: adopted, blood, given for adoption or deceased? 2) Where do you want your money to go when you die? Kids, grandkids, other family, friends, church, charities? 3)Continue reading “Did You Know Before You Go? 21 Q’s To Answer Before Meeting With Your Estate Planning Attorney”

Managing Child Care While Dealing With Illness: Tips For Parents – Part 2

Even though there are now vaccines for the pandemic and the number of new cases is on the decline, becoming infected is still a very real possibility. And for parents who suffer from any debilitating illness, it can be a colossal challenge to navigate your typical parenting responsibilities, while trying to recover. This is especiallyContinue reading “Managing Child Care While Dealing With Illness: Tips For Parents – Part 2”

Managing Child Care While Dealing With COVID-19: Tips For Single Parents – Part 1

Even though there are now vaccines for COVID-19 and the number of new cases is on the decline, becoming infected with the virus is still a very real possibility. And for parents who become infected, it can be a colossal challenge to navigate your typical parenting responsibilities, while trying to recover from the illness. ThisContinue reading “Managing Child Care While Dealing With COVID-19: Tips For Single Parents – Part 1”

2021 Estate Planning Checkup: Is Your Estate Plan Up to Date?

Even if you put a totally solid Estate Plan in place, it can turn out to be worthless for the people you love if it’s not regularly updated. Estate Planning is not a one-and-done type of deal—your plan should continuously evolve along with your life circumstances and other changing conditions, such as your assets andContinue reading “2021 Estate Planning Checkup: Is Your Estate Plan Up to Date?”

3 Ways To Benefit By Incorporating Charitable Giving Into Your Estate Plan

You are likely well aware of the tax benefits that come from donating to charity during your lifetime—donations to charity are tax-deductible. But you may be surprised to learn about the numerous benefits that are available when you incorporate charitable giving into your Estate Plan. As with donating to charity during your lifetime, dedicating aContinue reading “3 Ways To Benefit By Incorporating Charitable Giving Into Your Estate Plan”

Estate Planning Must-Haves For Single Parents

If you are a single parent, life for you right now probably couldn’t get any busier. You are likely being pulled between work, school activities, and home – and the inevitable emergencies that fill the lives of single parents everywhere. Being a single parent is a huge responsibility, even if you do share time withContinue reading “Estate Planning Must-Haves For Single Parents”