Category Archives: "Will"

Will vs. Trust – What Do I Need?
Will vs. Trust – What Do I Need?
People work hard throughout their life to provide for their families while living and even after death.  We often have ideas and wishes as to what and where those items/monies go to.  Regardless of your means, you have an estate and there are several strategies to choose from to ensure those assets are distributed according to your wishes and in a timely fashion. We call it your Estate Plan. The right strategy depends on your circumstance. For some, a...

Read More
Consult An Attorney If You Want to Modify Your Will
Consult An Attorney If You Want to Modify Your Will
An attorney can help you to make a legally binding Will so you have control over who receives your assets when you pass away. Life happens and in some situations, you may wish to change beneficiaries, distribution amounts, or more. You are able to create as many Wills as you choose, but only the most recent Will prior to your death is valid.  One must make sure they have identified the person whom you want to control the distribution...

Read More
organize your-financial-and-legal-affairs
Why and how to organize your financial and legal affairs
Why Organize Your Affairs It’s not easy to think about what might happen if you become unable to handle your own affairs.  But illness and infirmity are as unpredictable as they are inevitable.  It’s impossible to know when they will strike you or what form they may take. Acknowledging your mortality is even more difficult.  Even those you might reasonably expect to know better are not exempt from the tendency to avoid end-of-life decisions. May people have inventories in their heads about...

Read More
Want-to-update-your-will
Want To Update Your Will? We Can Help You!
Once a Will is written, signed, notarized, and witnessed, it is termed legal as long as it meets the State law requirements. In order to change a Will completely, you must either create a new one or a Codicil. However, you cannot modify it by merely crossing out something or including anything new. Reasons for Making Will Updates Some of the few reasons to update your Will are: Marriage: You want to include your new spouse in your estate plan. Divorce:...

Read More
Result 1 - 4 of 4