Estate Planning Blog

3 Estate Planning Documents Every College Student Needs

Turning 18 is an exciting time in your child’s life —so many opportunities and adventures await them. But turning 18 and going to college, especially during the current climate, has some hidden consequences many parents are…

Make an Estate Plan Your New Year’s Resolution

Each year around 75% of Americans make a New Year’s Resolution. However, less than 25% stay committed to them after just 30 days.[1] This year, as we say goodbye to 2020, resolve to be better prepared in 2021,…

Tax Considerations Involved with Charitable Donations

As we approach the end of the year, we give thanks for our blessings and consider again how to make a positive difference. Give to the Max Day is just behind us, and Giving Tuesday arrives on December 1st. After…

Disinheritance

This time of year usually means togetherness. However, the holidays can also remind us of in-laws and other relatives that we only see once a year or not even at all. So when it comes to drafting your will and estate, how…

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