Category Archives: General
Don’t you just love it when a story has a happy ending? I know I do. Sometimes most of us need one of those feel good movies or stories to remind us of the good things in life. In my practice I often see cases involving family members who don’t get along. Some have… Read More »
An important part of creating an estate plan is the selection of the person who will take over your financial matters for you after your death. If you have a living trust, that person is called the “successor trustee.” If you have a will, that person is called the “executor.” Your successor trustee or… Read More »
In times past, premarital agreements (also called prenuptial agreements) were associated with only the rich and famous. Because people are becoming more informed and sophisticated about planning their estates, some people are obtaining prenuptial agreements as part of planning for marriage. This is especially true where a couple planning to marry have accumulated assets… Read More »
A complete estate plan consists of three core documents: (1) a Revocable Living Trust (or a Will in certain limited circumstances); (2) a Durable Power of Attorney; and (3) an Advance Health Care Directive. In this article I will focus on the third document. An Advance Health Care Directive is a written document in… Read More »
Our articles are coming soon.