Posts tagged with "DIY Wills"



Estate Planning · October 15, 2020
The CARES Act is a trillion-dollar program that provides direct economic assistance to workers, families, and small businesses. It is free money from the government that will hopefully relieve citizens of some of the financial strains brought about by the COVID-19 crisis. Qualified individuals will be given money thru direct deposit while business owners can apply for loans. Here’s everything you need to know to make the most out of this new law.
Estate Planning · October 02, 2020
The world is still shaking from the colossal impact of COVID-19 especially in the health sector. Now is a high time for you and for the family to make informed decisions regarding your health care needs. From the basics of a medical power of attorney to the intricacies of living will, here's what you need to know about advanced healthcare planning.
Estate Planning · September 25, 2020
Even multimillionaires are not immune to an oversight in designating their heirs. One prominent example is Kobe Bryant whose legal team failed to list his youngest daughter in the family trust. And though they can easily correct this, it's not the same for everyone. Hefty legal costs and lengthy proceedings can have a tremendous financial impact on your family.
Estate Planning · September 17, 2020
One of the most important lessons you can teach your kids is financial literacy - helping them understand not just the value of properly managing their money but also understanding your family's situation and the importance of wealth preservation. It is a gift you can give that lasts a lifetime. In today's generation, money is still not a typical dinner table discussion in many affluent and working-class families, but we think it should be. Read here to learn more.
Estate Planning · September 11, 2020
With all of the media about "digital wills" and "online estate planning nowadays", it is really tempting to think that you can do your estate planning yourself, online, for a single reason - to reduce cost. Your reasons may be good but may not go well with your intentions towards your family as online estate planning can be a big trap and may leave your family and assets at risk - worse off than if you had done nothing at all. Read here to know why and how to do it the right way.
Estate Planning · July 03, 2020
The last will and testament laws vary from state to state and so, the validity of your will depends on where you live when you die. Your will is a part of your legal documents, a baseline foundation of your estate plan that can ensure your wishes are respected by the people you love when you die. However, it may not be enough to protect your wishes as it does not keep your assets out of court and does not operate in the event of your incapacity. Moreover, it is useless if it is not legally valid
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 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.