3 Ways Wise Planning Can Protect Your Family’s Assets

3 Ways Wise Planning Can Protect Your Family’s Assets

While most people assume only the uber wealthy need to worry about asset protection, those with less wealth and fewer assets may be at even greater risk. For example, if you’re a multi-millionaire, a $50,000 judgment against you might not be that big of a burden. But...
Use Estate Planning to Ensure Your Legacy Doesn’t Get Erased

Use Estate Planning to Ensure Your Legacy Doesn’t Get Erased

When you think about those loved ones who’ve passed away, you probably don’t think very much—or even at all—about the “things” they’ve left you. And when they do leave something behind, what you likely cherish most about the object are the memories and feelings it...
Give the Gift of Peace of Mind

Give the Gift of Peace of Mind

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 more gratifying than letting the gifts occur after your death. ...
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...
What Is a Special Needs Trust?

What Is a Special Needs Trust?

How to Care for Children with Special Needs Through Estate Planning. For many people, the basics of estate planning are simple enough, but for those families with loved ones who are disabled or have special needs, the estate planning process is more involved – and...