Posts tagged with "Beneficiary"



Estate Planning · February 04, 2019
Estate planning is not only important if you have children, but there are also many other reasons why you need to create an estate plan. You may think nothing matters after your death but if not properly handled, your family may end up in an extremely stressful situation. Read here why an estate plan is important even if you don’t have kids.
Estate Planning · January 28, 2019
Whether you are married or an unmarried couple, estate planning is critical. Although you may be living together like a married couple, you are not seen as one in front of the law. The state’s laws would provide no protection for your unmarried partner. Here are some estate planning documents that are an absolute must.
Estate Planning · January 25, 2019
Whether you are married or an unmarried couple, estate planning is critical. Although you may be living together like a married couple, you are not seen as one in front of the law. The state’s laws would provide no protection for your unmarried partner. Here are some estate planning documents that are an absolute must.
Estate Planning · January 25, 2019
There’s been little attention focused on limiting firearm access among elderly dementia patients. This lack of attention comes despite an increasing number of incidents involving elderly dementia patients shooting and killing family members and caregivers after confusing them for intruders. Here’s why managing elderly’s access to firearms should be taken more seriously.
Estate Planning · January 14, 2019
While creating your estate plan you might think you have included all your assets, but you may not have thought about your digital assets. Digital assets can be worth the same as or even more than any other asset, and it can definitely be passed down to your loved ones. Read here about the different types of digital assets and how you can add them to your estate plan.
Estate Planning · January 14, 2019
Creating your Will online might seem like a perfectly normal thing to do since many things can be done on the internet. Among the many things that we are able to successfully accomplish online, a Will just isn't one of them. You can create a Will through one of the many website that allow it but the problem is whether the will is good enough. Having a Will that won’t work can put you and your family in a very difficult situation. Here is why an online DIY Will isn’t going to work.
Estate Planning · January 13, 2019
There is a lot more to estate planning than passing down material wealth to your loved ones. It can also be used to ensure your wishes are properly carried out exactly the way you plan. Through this valuable process you may pass down values that might not be possible in any other way or through any other person. Here is the inspiring story of author Amy Krouse Rosenthal that shows the importance of passing over more than material wealth to your family.
Estate Planning · January 01, 2019
Creating your Will online might seem like a perfectly normal thing to do since many things can be done on the internet. Among the many things that we are able to successfully accomplish online, a Will just isn't one of them. You can create a Will through one of the many websites that allow it but the problem is whether the will is good enough. Having a Will that won’t work can put you and your family in a very difficult situation. Here is why an online DIY Will isn’t going to work.
Estate Planning · November 09, 2018
While creating your estate plan you might think you have included all your assets, but you may not have thought about your digital assets. Digital assets can be worth the same as or even more than any other asset, and it can definitely be passed down to your loved ones. Read here about the different types of digital assets and how you can add them to your estate plan.
Estate Planning · October 12, 2018
The last thing you want is your family fighting after your death because you didn't create a proper estate plan. This is very common, especially when there is no Will or Trust to clarify who was given what. The good thing is that it can be easily avoided through estate planning. It is one of the most important things you should do so that your family is not having a difficult time, especially if you have a blended family. Here is a perfect example of what you want to avoid.

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