This year for the holidays, why not give yourself and your loved ones a little peace of mind?
The fact is people’s names often change. People get married and divorced or sometimes just legally change their names.
Unfortunately, retirement is complicated, and your decisions can have irreversible consequences.
When the first spouse dies, the surviving spouse may not remain as close with his or her stepchildren. Small irritations which were overlooked during the lifetime of the spouse who died, may become outright disputes.
Special needs lawyers can work with clients to set up individualized special needs trusts.
Regardless of their actual financial standing, job title and income, many Americans—and probably most federal civil servants—would identify themselves as middle class.
Regardless of one’s feeling on estate planning, there is one estate planning document that all Americans should have: A Health Care Directive.
A power of attorney can be invaluable.
Estate planning clients, typically those nearing or beyond retirement, often ask what kind of information they should share during their life with the beneficiaries of their estate.
Joint tenancy is an arrangement that allows beneficiaries to access your account, without having to go to court.