One of the most common questions I am asked by a new client in an initial estate interview is “Do I need a trust?” The following are circumstances where a trust might be necessary or helpful to your asset planning:
Planning for Pets – Don’t Forget Your Pet In Your Estate Plan
We Americans love our pets. The ASPCA estimates that we own 78 million dogs and 85 million cats. Animals are part of our families and we spend a great deal of time and money…
What to do if you can’t find the will after someone dies
When a loved one dies, one of the first things you might need to do is look to see if he or she left a will. However, what do you do if you can’t find the original will? Surprisin…
Do I need a will? Not sure it’s worth the bother? Here are five great reasons to change your mind and get that will done.
1. A will gives you the ability to distribute your assets the way you want.
If you die without a will, the State decides h…