People often think of estate planning in conjunction with getting married or having children. However, estate planning is equally important if you are single. This article offers great strategies and insights: 5 Estate Planning Strategies For Singles
“Becoming a parent is one of the greatest joys in life but it also brings with it a lot of responsibilities.When your child is born you might not think immediately about estate planning, but if you’re smart, you will know that you need to consider this question now! Getting this…
If you or someone you know is reluctant to complete an estate plan due to privacy concerns, this article can provide helpful information and options. My dad refuses to create an estate plan. Can I save my inheritance from taxes?
“As life happens and things change — and as you pass big milestones like getting married, having children or retiring — your estate plan and will should change too.” – Jennifer Bradley Franklin Estate planning triggers: When to re-evaluate your estate planning strategy
“As an Evite it’s a guaranteed loser: Come talk about the financial and long-term caregiving needs and eventual death of your parents! Doing that, though, could make later life a lot smoother for both parents and kids.” Everybody Dies. It’s Time To Have The Talk