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Estate Planning · November 23, 2020
While estate planning is probably one of the last things your teenage kids are thinking about, given the dire threat coronavirus represents, when they turn 18, it should be their and your number-one priority. At 18, they become legal adults in the eyes of the law so you no longer have the authority to make decisions regarding their health care & finances if something happens to them. While you can't totally prevent your child from any unforeseen maladies, you can put a plan in place to assure th
Estate Planning · November 13, 2020
2020 saw the passing of one of Marvel’s greatest superheroes, The Black Panther, King T’Challa. After four years of box office hits and hospital treatments, Chadwick Boseman has succumbed to colon cancer, ending a stellar career and leaving a million-dollar estate behind. However, it turns out that Boseman died without a will. Though this is a fairly common occurrence, such a situation has legal consequences that might take ages to resolve. Not to mention costly and even distressing.
Estate Planning · October 10, 2019
As a parent, your children are your priority and their safety is your main responsibility. In order to make sure your children are safe, even after your death, you must prepare for their care. One of the most important things to decide is who you want your children’s guardian to be if something happens to you. Here are some things to consider when deciding who that perfect person could be or even, people you would never want to leave your children with.
Estate Planning · October 01, 2019
As a parent, your children are your priority and their safety is your main responsibility. In order to make sure your children are safe, even after your death, you must prepare for their care. One of the most important things to decide is who you want your children’s guardian to be if something happens to you. Here are some things to consider when deciding who that perfect person could be or even, people you would never want to leave your children with.