People seem to fall into one of two categories when it comes to papers and records: (1) the hoarder, who keeps everything forever and (2) the minimalist, who throws everything away as soon as it is … [Read more...] about How to Handle Paperwork for Estate Planning
In this last of three posts about essential estate planning documents, we will look at critical documents related to health care and other legal documents that should be readily available to your … [Read more...] about Health Care Documents Essential in Estate Plan
Estate planning is usually thought of as something “families” do, as in what does mom get when dad dies, and then what do the children get when both are gone? But with the number of non-traditional … [Read more...] about Non-Traditional Families Require Specialized Estate Planning
In today’s mobile society, it isn’t unusual for children to live far away from their parents. But when you need to be a primary, or even secondary, caregiver for a parent, being even an hour away can … [Read more...] about Techniques for Long-Distance Caregivers
Congratulations! You’re having a baby. Time to start thinking about estate planning. Though most people think of estate planning as an “end-of-life” issue, there are actually many legal and … [Read more...] about Do Newborns Need Estate Planning?