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Choosing a Trustee: 3 Tips for Making a Confident Choice
Choosing a Trustee: 3 Tips for Making a Confident Choice Tue, Sep 20, 2016 Appointing the right trustee can make the entire estate planning process a little easier to manage—but picking that person can, of course, be a task of its own! We know that it’s a difficult decision to make—so in an effort to make it a little simple... Read More

Why Charity Counts During the Estate Planning Process
Why Charity Counts During the Estate Planning Process Wed, Sep 07, 2016 Whether you’ve devoted your life to an institution, or simply want to leave a powerful legacy where it counts, you may have considered charitable donations as part of your estate planning process. If so, know that there are plenty of ways for you to ... Read More

Estate Planning Mistakes: What We Can Learn
Estate Planning Mistakes: What We Can Learn Wed, Aug 24, 2016 All too often, we get a glimpse at what can happen when celebrities, loved ones and other influential figures pass away without having established adequate estate planning. While what ensues—family strife, will disputes, and more—can be difficult to ... Read More

Legacy and Heritage: Essential Parts of Estate Planning?
Legacy and Heritage: Essential Parts of Estate Planning? Wed, Aug 10, 2016 Estate planning is a process often filled with big decisions and hard-to-answer questions—but fortunately, there can be lighter moments, too. When you choose to incorporate your family’s legacy and heritage into your estate plan, you will be learning... Read More

Estate Planning When You’re Young
Estate Planning When You’re Young Thu, Apr 14, 2016 We all know the importance of estate planning—it’s a necessary step for ensuring that your life’s wishes are carried out and followed by those you love. However, planning your estate while young may seem like a difficult task. With limited assets and... Read More

National Recommitment Month: Reflecting on Your Estate Planning Resolutions
National Recommitment Month: Reflecting on Your Estate Planning Resolutions Sun, Apr 03, 2016 May is National Recommitment Month—a unique event you may not have heard of, but one that has some serious value nonetheless. It’s a month aimed at giving us a chance to revisit our plans, hopes and commitments in an effort to get back on the right t... Read More

Preneed Guardian: An FAQ
Preneed Guardian: An FAQ Thu, Mar 03, 2016 You may already know the role a guardian plays in someone’s life. This person, who will be established by the court, helps to manage the affairs of a minor or a person who is otherwise incapacitated and unable to make their own sound decisions. Did y... Read More

Planning at Every Stage
Planning at Every Stage Wed, Feb 03, 2016 Human beings are, by nature, planners. We make immediate plans for our daily meals, activities, and other actions—and, of course, longer term plans for things like our children’s wellbeing or our end-of-life wishes. Knowing what to plan for and how t... Read More

Estate Planning Discussions: How to Have Them
Estate Planning Discussions: How to Have Them Mon, Feb 01, 2016 When it comes to your end-of-life plans and wishes, discussions with family are never easy—however, there are a few ways you can make the conversation more effective at conveying what you need to express while still maintaining care and sensitivity. ... Read More

Commercial Real Estate Attorneys: Why You Need One
Commercial Real Estate Attorneys: Why You Need One Wed, Jan 06, 2016 Are you starting or expanding your business in 2016? You, like many business owners all across the country, might have your sights set on a new property with which to grow your business in the coming months. It’s a great step to take—but do you know ... Read More

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