A Guide to Avoiding Probate Litigation
There are many types of probate litigation, including guardianship and conservatorship disputes, will contests, conflicts over family real estate, and true intentions…
Estate Planning for LGBTQIA+ Communities
To protect your assets, your wishes, and your loved ones, estate planning is vital regardless of your gender identity or sexual orientation….
Digital Estate Planning: Avoid These Obstacles
Without knowing your passwords, personal representatives and family members may not be able to access your data….
A Brief Guide to Powers of Attorney
Powers of Attorney may be rescinded, but most states will require written notice of revocation to the named individual or entity. …
Increasing Your Social Security Retirement Benefits
If you work more than 35 years, a higher earning year will cancel out a lower earning year in the SSA’s calculation….
Avoid These Inheritance Mistakes
It is a good idea to talk with a financial advisor or an accountant before you spend any of your inheritance….
Estate Planning Basics
You can also express your wishes for what type of medical care you want if you are severely ill or injured and unable to communicate….
Unmarried Couples’ Estate Planning
For instance, your assets are not mutually inheritable without careful estate planning that includes a “living together contract.” …
Creating a Will for Your Blended Family
Trying to be equitable among your heirs can be tricky, and relying on your spouse and children to work things out after you are gone is not a good plan….
The Probate Process Without a Will
A recent survey finds that 59 percent of men and 72 percent of women do not have a will or estate plan….