How to Choose an Elder Law Attorney

Elder Law attorneys handle many types of issues such as estate planning, probate, drafting trust agreements, business succession planning, Medicaid and Medicare, and long-term care planning. When you need assistance in one of these areas, follow this checklist to choose...

Published On: Friday, January 18, 2019

Estate Planning for Entrepreneurs

Many entrepreneurs know that keeping enough cash assets in the business and having the right insurance is necessary in protecting the business itself, employees and family members. If the owner does not have the right personal planning documents in place,...

Published On: Thursday, January 17, 2019

Who Gets Your Bitcoins When You Die?

For those who own Bitcoins and other digital currency, those assets are part of their estate after death. They will be distributed to the heirs according to the owner’s will, or via laws of intestate succession if the owner died...

Published On: Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Upcoming Workshop January 17th at 6pm

Our workshops are designed to be educational, interactive, informative and generate relevant discussion for attendees. Modern Estate Planning is more than just preparing a will and putting it in a safe. Find out how a comprehensive Estate Plan will protect...

Published On: Tuesday, January 15, 2019

What Types of Cases Constitute Fiduciary Litigation?

The term “fiduciary litigation” generally refers to disputes involving the exploitation by a fiduciary with persons having diminished capacity or disputes involving trusts or estates. A fiduciary has a duty to act for the benefit of the other as to...

Published On: Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Estate Planning for Federal Employees with a Thrift Savings Plan

One of the largest assets outside of a primary residence for many federal employees is their Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) retirement account. This account defers income tax so that the money in the account can grow tax free. At death,...

Published On: Friday, January 11, 2019

What Happens to Debt When You Die?

According to reports published by Experian, the average American dies with over $62,000 in debt (including mortgage debt) and over $12,000 (without mortgage debt). So what happens to all this debt upon death? During the estate administration process, regardless of...

Published On: Thursday, January 10, 2019

Estate Planning for a Second Marriage

When entering into a subsequent marriage, it is wise to execute a prenuptial agreement. This not only lays out the details of asset allocation in the event of divorce, but even more importantly, it determines how your estate will be...

Published On: Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Upcoming Workshop on January 17th at 6pm

Our workshops are designed to be educational, interactive, informative and generate relevant discussion for attendees. Modern Estate Planning is more than just preparing a will and putting it in a safe. Find out how a comprehensive Estate Plan will protect...

Published On: Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Estate Planning Resolutions for 2019

A new year. A new start. The perfect time to evaluate your estate plan. Some things you may want to consider include: Will the new federal tax law changes impact your current estate plan and if so, how? Have you...

Published On: Monday, January 07, 2019

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