A health care directive (“HCD”) is another integral document you should have as part of an estate plan. This document is a tool that gives you the ability to name a trusted individual(s) to make health care decisions on your behalf when you are unable. If you are ever incapacitate... continue reading »
A power of attorney (POA) is an integral document you should have as part of an estate plan. This document is a tool that gives you the ability to name a trusted individual(s) to access your financial accounts and step into your shoes to manage your assets when you are unable or unavailable. If... continue reading »
In my second article of this series, I talked about additional estate planning for Disabled Children/Adults. Our next article in this series today will cover guardian/conservatorships. Sometimes there may b... continue reading »
In my last article I talked about Planning for Disabled Children. Depending on the level of disability, parents have several options to consider to help them determine how to best continue to support and care for their child... continue reading »
“Disability” by general definition, means a physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses, or activities. As you know, there is a sliding scale that represents the level of someone’s “disability.” I’d like to focus today on families that have a minor chil... continue reading »
As the planning Attorney you do not always see how the documents you’ve thoughtfully drafted for clients work in real life. When I meet with families that come in for estate planning and we talk through all of their goals, assets they own, how they want to distribute them, etc. We put toget... continue reading »
Estate planning is an important area of practice for our law firm, and we are committed to helping individuals and families with these issues.
Why do estate planning? Because it’s important. It’s smart. It will help preserve your assets, wealth and privacy. At a difficult time, it will... continue reading »