7 Dangerous Reasons for Delaying Estate Planning
Neither my family nor I own much. Can't we delay planning until we're financially secure? No, you shouldn't. It is vital that you designate someone as your legal guardian in the event of your death. There is nothing worse than having your children become wards of the court or being
Here Are Five Mistakes People Make When Planning Their Estates
In your adult life, you spend the first half trying to achieve financial stability, followed by the second half trying to maintain it. According to this adage, many people devote considerable time and effort to ensuring their wishes in their estate plan are carried out. Being able to provide for
Does Your Estate Plan Account For a Pandemic Like COVID-19?
COVID-19 will probably be with us humans forever, endemic in large swaths of the world in varying degrees of intensity. According to National Geographic, COVID-19 may eventually transition into a "mild childhood illness," joining the four endemic human coronaviruses which contribute to the common cold. Three determining factors, human immunity retention
5 Essential Things to Include In Your Estate Plan
Estate planning is important for people of all ages, but as we age, the need for planning becomes even more critical. Many people avoid estate planning, because they do not want to think about the end of life, failing health or disability. Others believe that an estate plan is only