Posts tagged with "communication"



Estate Planning · November 08, 2019
Just like any parenting arrangement, platonic parenting requires massive levels of trust, communication, and planning since child-rearing is an immense responsibility that lasts a lifetime. Having an estate plan designed specifically for your family's condition that spells out you and your partner's legal rights, responsibilities, and wishes ensure your new family has a proper legal foundation that keeps them away from court and conflict in the event of your potential incapacity or death. 
Estate Planning · September 20, 2019
Proactive measures to help stave off risks posed by the big wealth transfer is important to make sure your wealth is protected and put to the best use possible, regardless of how much or how little wealth you plan to pass on or stand to inherit. Having a comprehensive plan and openly discussing your values and legacy with your loved ones is another key way to ensure your planning strategies work exactly as you intended. Here are several important actions to take for wealth transfer.
Estate Planning · August 30, 2019
Conflicts frequently erupt in blended families as children, especially from a prior marriage and spouse's interests, often aren't aligned. As Estate Planning mistakes become costly when your family have to sort out disagreements in probate court, it is critical that you clearly state your terms in your estate plan and that you communicate and explain your wishes to your loved ones in person while you're still alive to reduce the chances of conflict and to bring them closer at the same time.
Estate Planning · September 21, 2018
Co-parenting is not easy, especially if things didn’t end well between you and your co-parent. Although you may not want to work with them, it can be the best thing you do for your children. Having your children witness the arguments and the bad relationship between their parents can hurt them long-term. We understand it can be hard to co-parent, so we have here some steps to help guide you through the process.
Estate Planning · September 14, 2018
Co-parenting is not easy, especially if things didn’t end well between you and your co-parent. Although you may not want to work with them, it can be the best thing you do for your children. Having your children witness the arguments and the bad relationship between their parents can hurt them long-term. We understand it can be hard to co-parent, so we have here some steps to help guide you through the process.