Electronic Wills Present New Privacy Risks
You know when you go into the local office supply store, and there’s that section on DIY legal documents? There’s always a program or two for Wills and estate planning, and a lot of folks we know have been, well, duped into thinking that creating their own Wills is an easy process. But there is…Read More
How Soon Should I Think about an Estate Plan?
It’s hard to think about planning for retirement when you’re 16 or 18 – or even 30. It’s even harder to think about what will happen after your gone. So, it makes sense that many people want to put off estate planning until they have, well, an estate – and that even people with substantial…Read More
Getting a Divorce? Update Your Estate Plan
Divorce is overwhelming no matter who you are. You’re probably focused on your children or on your home, or on how you’re going to pay off the credit cards now that you’re down to one income. But I can’t tell you how many people I’ve met who completely neglect to change their estate plan after…Read More