Posts tagged with "personal assets"



Estate Planning · November 29, 2019
As a parent, one of the motivating factors driving your life's work is to leave your children an inheritance, however, regardless of how much or how little it can be, in some instances, an inheritance can wind up doing your kids more harm than good. To prevent such from happening and to safeguard your hard-earned assets from being wiped out, putting up a Lifetime Asset Protection Trust is a must. Read here to know more.
Estate Planning · November 22, 2019
It is critically important that you understand your Life Insurance Settlement Options, whether you're the policy holder or beneficiary in order to maximize your policy's financial benefit and to reduce potential taxes. It is also important that you choose the settlement option that is best suited for your particular needs. Learn here the importance of each of them.
Estate Planning · November 15, 2019
Naming long-term guardians for your kids is critical and should be your number-one planning priority to ensure they will never end up in the hands of strangers in the event of your incapacity or death.
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 · November 01, 2019
Being left in the hands of unscrupulous guardians appointed by the court can be the most frightening aspect for you in the event of your potential incapacity, given that you may have a loving and caring family members, but are unable to take care of you. To prevent such from happening, it is crucial that you have a comprehensive plan that states all your wishes and consent to ensure that the individual of your choice takes the immediate legal authority to make decisions on your behalf.
Estate Planning · October 25, 2019
Your family's most precious wealth is not money, but the memories you make, the values you instill, and the lessons you hand down. These intangible assets are likely to be lost forever however, these could be preserved and passed on to your loved ones through comprehensive estate planning at definitely no extra cost. As your Family Startup Lawyer™, we can help you customize your estate plan and help you pass on not just your financial wealth, but your most treasured family values as well.
Estate Planning · October 18, 2019
Not having proper planning vehicles in place leaves not just you but your senior loved ones vulnerable to exploitation should they become incapacitated. It is critically important for both you, your senior loved ones and your family who's at the age of 18 to take proactive measures to prevent the possibility of abuse and court-ordered guardianship if you become incapacitated by illness or injury. Learn more here.  
Estate Planning · October 11, 2019
Same-Gender spouses are often challenged when they need to make parental, medical, and financial decisions for partners who are incapacitated or unable to communicate because they may have family members who remain opposed to the validity of their marriage. If you're in the same situation, you especially must need to put a comprehensive estate plan specifically design for your situation to ensure your planning strategies for your loved ones work exactly as you intended. Learn more here.
Estate Planning · October 04, 2019
It’s only natural you’d want to make sure your furry friend is provided for in your estate plan, so when you die or if you become incapacitated, your beloved companion won’t end up in an animal shelter or worse. Having a will in your estate plan is good however it is not a suitable option for protecting your pet because of the following reasons. Read here to know more.
Estate Planning · September 27, 2019
Including a Pet Trust in your estate plan that names the trustee and spells out legally binding rules for how your pet will be taken care of is critically important to ensure your closest companion will receive the kind of love and care it deserves and will never end up in an animal shelter nor will be taken care of by the wrong people in the event of your potential incapacity or death. Here are some of the most important things to consider when setting up a pet trust.

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