Give the Gift of Peace of Mind

Give the Gift of Peace of Mind

Ready to get started & join our newsletter? SIGN UP NOW Part of estate planning involves deciding how much you want to give away while you’re alive. Many people get a lot of joy from seeing their loved ones receive cash gifts.  In some sense, that’s infinitely...
What You Need to Know About Probate

What You Need to Know About Probate

If you’re thinking about having your estate plan done, one term you will hear over and over again when you talk to professionals about it is “probate”.  What is probate? Your estate must go through the probate process if you have certain types of assets. Other assets...
6 Estate Planning Questions You Should Ask Yourself Every Year

6 Estate Planning Questions You Should Ask Yourself Every Year

If you have not revisited your estate plan this year, ask yourself these 6 questions: 1.  Should your estate plan be changed to reflect any new laws, new assets, or changes in your life? 2.  Are your assets being tracked so that if anything happens to you, your family...
Give the Gift of Estate Planning

Give the Gift of Estate Planning

Now is the time to give the gift of estate planning to those you love. This is a gift that will last a lifetime and beyond – and one your family will thank you for! It’s my mission to make sure your family makes the very best legal and financial decisions and is...
Give A Gift That Will Last A Lifetime and Beyond

Give A Gift That Will Last A Lifetime and Beyond

Now is the time to give the gift of estate planning to those you love. This is a gift that will last a lifetime and beyond – and one your family will thank you for! It’s my mission to make sure your family makes the very best legal and financial decisions and is...
Why College Students Need Health Care Directives

Why College Students Need Health Care Directives

We are fairly certain the last thing your 18-year-old kid is thinking about is an estate plan. And you are probably not thinking about one for them either, but you should be. Here’s why: once your child turns 18, you are no longer entitled to know about their medical...