Posts tagged with "Protecting Privacy"



Estate Planning · June 28, 2019
You might assume your close family and friends will take care of your children if anything ever happens to you, but everything won’t be simple and easy unless you prepare for it. Your family and friends would probably want to take care of your children, but it is not up to them to decide. If you did not appoint a guardian for your children, even a stranger could gain custody of your loved ones. Plan now so you could make certain that your children are never taken into the care of strangers.
Business · May 15, 2019
Proactive steps to guard against cyber attacks are not only important to protect your business’s financial welfare, but they are also necessary to avoid liability under data privacy laws. It is important for you to take steps to protect your business’s data, reputation, and customer and employee information. Read here some of the most important actions for small businesses to consider.
Estate Planning · July 27, 2018
It can be hard for elderly relatives to take care of themselves and sometimes are taken advantage of. Elderly need help with daily functions and finances so they are likely to befriend someone that is trying to help them without realizing they are being financially abused. Here are some red flags of financial abuse that you should be on the lookout for if you are caring for an elderly loved one.
Estate Planning · July 20, 2018
There are many things that we cannot predict, but can prepare for, such as death. After your death, or even if you are disabled and unable to make decisions for yourself, you need to make sure someone can make important decisions on your behalf. This Agent should be someone you can trust and will carry out your wishes exactly they way you would like. Here are different types of agents everyone must have.
Estate Planning · July 13, 2018
Protecting your assets will take more than just a Will. You might think a Will is all you need in order to protect your Assets and family, but a Will is only going to leave your family in more stress and confusion after you are not there to support them. Many complications come with a Will including the lack of privacy and no control over how your assets after they are distributed. Here are some important requirements you might after your death, but won't be covered through just your Will.