Estate Planning Attorney

March 28, 2024

Do You Need a Trust?: Estate Planning Q&A

According to the 2023 Wills and Estate Planning Survey by Caring.com, only 34 percent of Americans have an estate plan. The primary reasons respondents…

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March 14, 2024

8 Frequently Asked Questions on Last Wills and Testaments

Starting an estate plan can be overwhelming, and you probably have many questions. You are not alone. Below are eight questions people…

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February 15, 2024

3 Common Probate Questions: Estate Planning Basics

When people pass away, they leave behind assets, property, and possessions that can have sentimental and real value for surviving family members…

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February 1, 2024

Modifying an Irrevocable Trust Through Trust Decanting

A trust is a legal document that you can set up to give assets to someone else. Trusts can be revocable or…

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January 23, 2024

Do You Need a Spendthrift Trust?

The aging population is expected to transfer $30 trillion in the coming years, per Forbes. According to the Survey of Consumer Finances, the median inheritance…

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June 8, 2023

The Difference Between Elder Law and Estate Planning

The two have similar concerns, but elder law applies estate planning strategies primarily to issues facing seniors as they age.   How…

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March 16, 2023

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…

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January 5, 2023

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….

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November 17, 2022

Comparing Elder Law and Estate Planning

Even though these two types of law are for different stages in life, they are often handled at the same time. …

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November 10, 2022

Why is an Executor Necessary?

Even though the decedent nominated you to be their executor, you will still need to be appointed to that role by their local probate court….

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