Do I really need an Estate Plan?
Virtually everyone who owns property could benefit from estate planning. Plus, estate planning covers more than just property. It’s also about ensuring someone you trust can make critical medical and financial decisions for you if you’re unable to do so due to incapacity.
How Your Trust Can Help a Loved One Who Struggles with Addiction
Whether the addiction is alcoholism, drug abuse, or behavioral like gambling, we all want our loved ones to be safe and experience a successful recovery. A properly created estate plan can help.
Which life events require an immediate estate plan update?
Since your family’s needs and circumstances are constantly changing, so too must your estate plan. Your plan must be updated when certain life changes occur. These include, but are not limited to: marriage, the birth or adoption of a new family member, divorce, the death of a loved one, a significant change in assets, and a move to a new state or country.
3 Ways Your Trust Can Help a Loved One With Mental Illness
When a loved one suffers from a mental illness, one small comfort can be knowing that your trust can take care of them through the good and bad times. Do you have a family member or other loved one who could use the financial flexibility and structural support of a trust? Give me a call today, and together we’ll figure out the best ways to enhance your loved one’s life by finding the right estate planning tools to offer the most help.