Posts tagged with "estate plan"



Estate Planning · June 15, 2022
How Real Men Celebrate Father's Day
One of the most difficult things to do is think about the possibility we may die unexpectedly or too early, leaving our children without one of the most important people in their lives. That's why protecting your children in any way possible, including legally, would be at the top of your priority. Create a legal plan to protect your children if something happens to you. This is one of the best Father's Day gifts you can give yourself and the people you love.
Estate Planning · June 07, 2022
3 Estate Planning Issues  For LGBTQ+ Couples - Part 2
Although married same-gender couples are now enjoying nearly all of the same rights as opposite-gender couples, there is still one key right that’s still up in the air—the automatic right to be legal parents. While parental rights are automatically bestowed upon the biological parent, the non-biological spouse/parent still faces a number of challenges when it comes to obtaining full parental rights. Luckily, same-gender couples do have an alternative to adoption—estate planning.
Estate Planning · June 03, 2022
3 Estate Planning Issues  For LGBTQ+ Couples - Part 1
Although same-gender marriage is legally recognized in all 50 states, long-held prejudice at both political and family levels continues to create complications for married and unmarried same-gender couples. With this, especially if you're a member LGBTQ+ community, estate planning is even more critical for you and your beloved to ensure that they will be protected and provided for in the event of your death or incapacity.
Estate Planning · May 13, 2022
10 Common Estate Planning Mistakes Your Family Can’t Afford To Make—Part 2
The DIY approach might be a good idea if you're looking to build a new deck for your backyard, but when it comes to estate planning, it's actually one of the worst choices you can make. Are you really willing to put your family's well-being and wealth at risk just to save a few bucks? Don't wait that these mistakes won't be discovered until you're gone. Here, we wrap up the list with the remaining five mistakes your family can't afford to make.
Estate Planning · May 06, 2022
10 Common Estate Planning Mistakes Your Family Can’t Afford To Make—Part 1
Because estate planning involves actively thinking about and planning for frightening topics like death, old age, and crippling disability, many people put it off or ignore it together until it’s too late. Sadly, this unwillingness to face reality often creates serious hardship, expense, and trauma for those loved ones you leave behind, especially since estate planning is definitely not a one-size-fits-all endeavor.
Estate Planning · April 29, 2022
How Creating A Life & Legacy Plan With Us Creates And Preserves Your Family's Legacy
When you think about your 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 the item evokes, not the thing itself. Your family's most precious wealth is not money, but the memories you make, the values you instill, and the lessons you hand down. Protect and preserve what matters to you most.
Estate Planning · April 22, 2022
3 Reasons Why Transferring Ownership Of Your Home To Your Child Is A Bad Idea
Whether it’s to qualify for Medicaid, avoid probate, or reduce your tax burden, transferring ownership of your home to your adult child during your lifetime may seem like a smart move. But in nearly all cases, it’s actually a huge mistake, which can lead to dire consequences for everyone involved. With this in mind, before you sign over the title to your family’s beloved homestead, consider the following potential risks.
Estate Planning · April 08, 2022
Does Your Family Need Umbrella Insurance?
In today's highly litigious society, you are at near-constant risk for costly lawsuits—even if you've done nothing wrong. This is especially true if you have substantial wealth, but even those with relatively few assets. No matter how careful and responsible you may be, accidents happen all the time, and no one is immune to the threat of a potentially devastating lawsuit. For this reason, you should consider adding a maximum level of protection by investing in umbrella insurance.
Estate Planning · April 01, 2022
Protect Your Children's Inheritance With A Lifetime Asset Protection Trust
As a parent, you're likely hoping to leave your children an inheritance, and doing so maybe one of the primary factors motivating your life's work. But without taking the proper precautions, the wealth you pass on is at serious risk of being accidentally lost or squandered due to common life events, such as divorce, serious debt, devastating illness, and unfortunate accidents.
Estate Planning · February 18, 2022
Updating Your Estate Plan For Divorce: 5 Changes To Make
Divorce can be one of life's most stressful events. With so many major changes taking place, it's easy to forget to update your estate plan—or simply put it off until it's too late. After all, dealing yet with another lawyer is probably the last thing you want to do. However, neglecting to update your estate plan for divorce can have tragic consequences. And you shouldn't wait until the divorce is final to rework your plan—you should update it as soon as you realize the split is inevitable.

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