A Revocable Living Trust is an alternate to a Last Will and Testament. To use your Trust, you will create a Trust agreement and fund your property into the Trust. Once property is titled in the name … [Read more...] about When is a Living Trust Best?
If you are looking for ways to plan your estate while helping your family avoid a lengthy probate, a payable-on-death account may help. Payable-on-Death (POD) accounts allow the account holder to name … [Read more...] about Avoiding Probate with Pay-on-Death Accounts
If you are considering adding a Trust to your estate plan, you will have the opportunity to choose between Revocable and Irrevocable. You may even find that both types of Trust compliment your estate … [Read more...] about Trusts: Choosing Between Revocable and Irrevocable
As a new parent it is unlikely that your first thoughts are creating an estate plan. An estate plan is, however, an important part of every new parent’s duties. You must make arrangement for your … [Read more...] about Estate Planning for New Parents
Retirement planning is an important part of every working American’s present and future. You must plan now if you want to have money to pay your bills when you are no longer working. There are four … [Read more...] about Retirement Planning Hazards to Avoid