From digital assets to financial accounts to sentimental items, here’s what to think about to make sure your loved ones have access to everything they need when you pass away.
If a loved one asks you to be the executor of their estate, think carefully before you take on this responsibility.
If you’ve ever spent time working through your estate plan, you know how important it is to select and update your beneficiaries.
The estate tax exemption raised by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will sunset in five years—possibly sooner, as the new Congress gears up for a Biden tax overhaul.
Studies have shown that the number of family businesses owned by second generations and third generations dramatically decline for a number of reasons. One large reason is the lack of business succession planning for the family business.
No one can predict the future—and navigating that reality is precisely what makes estate planning so complicated.
These all-too-common misconceptions can steer your estate plans in the wrong direction right from the start. Here’s how to overcome them and tips to build the right plan for your family.
One of the biggest wealth transfers our nation has ever seen is about to take place. Over the next 25 years, as much as $68 trillion of wealth will be passed to succeeding generations.
Have you resolved to get your estate planning done at last or perhaps updated? Good for you. Here’s what you’ll need to do, and, just as importantly, what you don’t need to do.
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.