Estate Planning 101: Will Disputes

Estate Planning 101: Will Disputes

When you read the dailies or listen to the news, you will come across instances when a person has contested a will written by a deceased person. Of late, there has been an increase in the number of wills being disputed. A death in the family can turn out to be a blessing or a…

What Does Estate Planning Mean to Millenials?

What Does Estate Planning Mean to Millenials?

Up until a few years ago, estate planning was regarded as a general term – with seniors and millennials understanding the concept the same way. Times have changed rapidly. As time goes by and lifestyles change, research has found that millennials’ estate planning needs differ from those of other age groups. In 2022, we defined…

Ways to Clean Up Your Estate Plan

Ways to Clean Up Your Estate Plan

At first glance, estate planning can seem quite simple, but there are many things that one must consider. Many of these topics require re-analyzation as variables change. Follow this list to help clean up your estate plan! When you pass away, the executor of your will can have more than 100 tasks to completely settle…

The Troubled Heir and Estate Planning

The Troubled Heir and Estate Planning

Children. The moment you receive your bundle of joy, your aim is to guard the child from anything that puts them at risk. We also seek to ensure our kids are ok long after we are gone. But not all children are responsible with money. Many kids grow up to become irresponsible with the wealth…