Free Estate Information Guide
Keep track of your estate assets for future generations. Get this instant downloadable PDF you can print and bind to use as a tool for your family’s legacy.
FREE ESTATE INFORMATION GUIDE
Keep track of your estate assets for future generations. Get this instant downloadable PDF you can print and bind to use as a tool for your family’s legacy. .
As people reach their later days, it is normal for them to lose their ability to make rational decisions. It is not uncommon to see the onset of problems such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s in elderly individuals. Because of these problems such as the risk of running...read more
When you think about drafting a will or a trust, and you mentally go through your assets, you might forget one very important item: your digital assets. Your heirs and executors will not only need to distribute tangible property like your house or your car; your...read more
You start to see the signs long before you hear the diagnosis. But you tell yourself it’s just part of aging. People forget things as they get older, right? And then comes the day when your Mom can’t remember how to get to her hair salon. Or your Dad doesn’t realize...read more
Accumulating wealth and protecting wealth are two very different things. Research shows that it takes just two generations for a family to lose 70% of its net worth. By the third generation – it hits 90%. Protecting the inheritance of future generations requires...read more
"Mom told me all her life that she planned to split everything evenly between her children. She got sick, and my brother took her out of state so he could provide care for her. Communication became more difficult as time passed and it was harder to find out how Mom...read more
The term "probate" sums up the legal processes that determine how an executor should distribute a deceased person’s assets. Understanding Probate, if you still have no idea what it is, should be your main priority if you are appointed an administrator, executor, or...read more
There is nothing more disruptive to a family as the loss of a parent - the only exception is the loss of both. In that case, a brother or sister of legal age may need to step in and assume guardianship of younger siblings. The decision to assume the parenting role is...read more
The estate of someone who’s passed away is adjudicated in probate court. The will and other documents are entered into the record. The executor goes through the process of identifying the creditor with a claim against the estate. Before any assets distributed to the...read more
How much of your life is virtual? Do you know anyone who doesn’t have a computer, a tablet or a smartphone? Every email, every payment, every movie, every picture, every file in the cloud is a digital asset. What happens if you pass away and no one can retrieve them?...read more
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