Posts tagged with "Living will"



Estate Planning · November 02, 2018
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 · October 12, 2018
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 · August 31, 2018
The lack of estate planning has lead Aretha Franklin’s family to lengthy court battles, major expenses and great amount of stress. Although a will would have been helpful, even a will could not have saved Aretha Franklin’s family from going to court, because of the size of her estate. Regardless of your financial status, planning for incapacity or your eventual death is something that you should immediately address, especially if you have children. Here's what Aretha Franklin’s death taught us.
Estate Planning · August 24, 2018
Talking to your children about money is a very important task and should be done in different stages. This conversation doesn’t happen all at once in one day, in fact you will need to consider their age before talking about family wealth and how it plays a role in their life. Here is how you should approach each stage when having “the money talk” with your children.
Estate Planning · August 10, 2018
Moving out is a big step for your kids as they are starting a new phase of their life. You might not have thought about what would happen if they were to become incapacitated, but that is a very important thing to consider before you kids move out. As they turn 18, you will not have access to their financial or medical records, unless they sign certain documents to allow you access. Here are documents you should make them sign so that they are taken care of in an unforeseen accident or illness.