Digital Assets: Why They Need to Be Part of Your Estate Plan
These four steps will help ensure your digital accounts and subscriptions aren’t lost when you die. What’s will happen to your Facebook account or the
Right of Occupancy Trust Safeguards Your Residence or Other Property for Loved Ones
Estate planning is designed to protect you and your loved ones. Sometimes offering such “post mortem protection” for a dependent loved one can be challenging.
Estate planning and estate tax impact on Rock Star Meat Loaf estate
Estate planning or lack thereof, affects us all, regardless of age, wealth or our place in society. For example, Meat Loaf, an American rock singer,
How Should You Hold Title to Real Estate?
Your home is probably the most valuable asset you own. Yet most people do not think about how to hold title until the title company
Why Unmarried Partners Should Care About Estate Planning
According to a 2019 survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, 7 percent of surveyed adults were living with an unmarried partner, up from 3
Single? Estate Planning is Still Essential
These days, more people are living single than ever before. In 1970, about one-third of Americans 15 and older were single, according to U.S. census