The list of wealthy black celebrities who have died without a will in place is a significant one. Names on the list include Prince, who died with a net worth of about $300 million without having a will. So did John Singleton, Aretha Franklin, Jimi Hendrix and the great Bob Marley, to name but a few.
“Don’t panic” has been a common refrain from government leaders, public health professionals, and across social media from well-meaning people trying to keep everyone calm during the coronavirus pandemic.
With COVID-19 impacting more and more Americans, individuals across the country are scrambling to set up wills and end-of-life directives.
The US Chamber of Commerce compiles online guide with updates and resources to help small business survive the coronavirus pandemic.
In these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to have your legal, financial and medical ducks in a row. Sadly, when serious illness strikes it is usually quite rapid and often unexpected. In these times, however, we do have forewarning that we are all at risk of contracting COVID-19, the coronavirus.
C19 UPDATE: CDC Updates Coronavirus Guidance for Businesses As we learn more about the coronavirus the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is updating the guidance they give to business owners and employers. They issued updates on Friday, March 21st to include Updated cleaning and disinfection guidance Updated best practices for conducting social distancing Updated strategies…
A new law could affect the IRAs and 401(k)s of millions of Americans in 2020.
Do you want to disinherit your loved ones? Then simply name the wrong person on your beneficiary forms. That sounds too simple, yes, but everyday individuals die leaving their financial assets to the wrong person.
After someone dies and the estate is settled, how long can the deceased’s name remain on the deed?