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3 Reasons You Want to Avoid Probate

After you pass away and you have a will (or no estate plan at all), your family has to go before a probate court to receive their inheritances.  Even though a will can be an appropriate method to distribute your property to your loved ones, a will does not avoid...

How Will Brexit Impact Your Estate Planning?

Ups and downs on the stock market is a well-known dynamic in our world today.  Sometimes, events happen that make the highs higher and lows lower.  As you well know by now, the United Kingdom voted in June to leave the European Union.  This decision immediately had an...

Why Does a Living Trust Cost More than a Will?

It is true, trusts generally cost more than wills to create and draft.   However, that is not the only time that you will spend money on your estate.   When you compare the cost of trusts and wills, you need to take into account these other expenditures, which...

How to Leave Assets to Minor Children

All parents want to provide for their children, especially if something happens to them while the children are still minors.   Often, extended family also want to help, but even good intentions can have negative effects with bad planning. Wills and Guardianship As an...

How to Leave Assets to Adult Children

The decision of how to leave your property to your adult children is an important one.   Ultimately, the foundation for that decision is based on the trust that you have in your children.   Will they use their inheritance from you in the way that you would like?   How...

Estate Planning for Young Families

Because they are young and healthy, many young families do not feel the need to create their own estate plan.  Others are in the beginning of their careers and feel that an estate plan is too expensive.  However, creating an estate plan is the wise decision.  Although...