Category: Probate

Avoid Accidently Disinheriting Your Loved Ones

Remarrying In Midlife? Today, we’re seeing more and more people getting divorced in middle age and beyond. Indeed, the trend of couples getting divorced after age 50 has grown so common, it’s even garnered its own nickname: “gray divorce.” Today, roughly one in four divorces involve those over 50, and divorce rates for this demographic [..]

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What Not To Include In Your Will

6 Things You Should NOT Include In Your Will A will is one of the most basic estate planning tools. While relying solely on a will is rarely a suitable option for most people, just about every estate plan includes this key document in one form or another.  A will is used to designate how [..]

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Protect your loved ones with a plan

4 Reasons Why You Can’t Afford to Go Without An Estate Plan When it comes to putting off or refusing to create an estate plan, your mind can concoct all sorts of rationalizations: “I won’t care because I’ll be dead,” “I’m too young,” “That won’t happen to me,” or “My family will know what to [..]

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Digital Wills and Online Estate Planning?

Online Wills? When You Should, When You Shouldn’t and Where to Do It With all of the media about “digital wills” and “online estate planning” it could be tempting to think you can do your estate planning yourself, online. And, maybe you can. But, if you do, you need to know the potential pitfalls. Online [..]

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How to Access your Stimulus Money

How To Get Access to Your COVID Stimulus Money  On March 27, President Trump signed a $2.2 trillion stimulus bill into law that will hopefully provide some relief for many, perhaps including you. The CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) sends money directly to Americans, expands unemployment coverage, and funds loans and [..]

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Parents Need To Stay Home. Talk To Them

Why is it important for your parents to stay at home There’s no doubt that your parents have survived frightening world events, whether that was World War II, the war in Vietnam, nuclear threat, illness, poverty, civil unrest, or all of the above. However, the use of the word “unprecedented” regarding what’s happening now is [..]

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