May 18, 2019

If you are married and you die without a Will, you may mistakenly believe that your spouse will still inherit your entire estate.  Not so fast.  Who will inherit your estate depends on several different factors:

1.  How is your Property Titled?

Is your property ti...

February 7, 2019

You may have just spent the holidays with your parents and noticed that your dad keeps losing his keys or that your mom often repeats phrases or stories in the same conversation. Or, your parents may currently be in great health.

Regardless, we highly encourage you to f...

December 20, 2018

A Guide for How Much to Share and With Whom

Most of us don’t feel comfortable sharing the details of our tax returns, unless we have to, say for a mortgage. But, your estate plan, an important part of having your affairs in order, is a bit different. You might be wonder...

November 20, 2018

Why It’s Time to Talk with Your Family & Your Estate Planning Attorney

There’s no perfect time to broach the subject of estate planning with your family. We all know that everyone passes away eventually, but many of us often want to conveniently forget that reality...

August 27, 2018

For certain clients, a Trust of some kind may be essential for a variety of reasons.  However, many of them fall victim to one common mistake:

“Once I sign my documents, everything is done, and I can live peacefully knowing that my affairs are in order.” 


June 25, 2018

Clients with minor kids typically come to me for one reason: deciding who will care for their children if they pass away; that is, naming a guardian for them.  However, most people generally overlook the amount of money their kids can inherit at a young age.  Clients t...