Discuss Your Plan with Family

Discuss Your Plan with Family

When developing your estate plan, it is important to include your loved ones, especially if they will be beneficiaries or trustees. Discussing this sensitive subject can reveal your family’s level of comfortability when left in charge of your assets. Many people are hesitant to begin the conversatio...

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Pre-Planning with Disabled Children

Pre-Planning with Disabled Children

A solid estate plan is necessary for everyone, but parents with disabled children should consider it even more crucial. Do you have a plan in place regarding how your child will be cared for? Without proper planning, a child who is unable to live independently may be at serious risk for injury or le...

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Support Groups Can Help

Support Groups Can Help

The loss of a loved one can cripple the lives of family members, friends, and acquaintances. It is an experience that can cause great ranges in emotions and may even leave you feeling alone and without anyone to talk to.  We all need sources of strength in times of great adversity, and that’s exactl...

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Creating Advance Directives

Creating Advance Directives

You’ve heard advance directives mentioned on TV medical dramas or on the news. But what are they and how should you use them?  Advance directives are legally binding agreements that determine end-of-life processes and include living wills and medical powers of attorney. It is important to note that ...

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