Your Will and You. The End.

Before you read this, make sure you’ve already read my previous post about the basics of will writing. How to Write a Will, Part 3: The DIY Approach Sure, you can turn your computer on and write a will on your own, completely from scratch. However, if you want a...

Will Writing and You, Part 2

How To Write A Will, Part 2: The Writing Process My previous post showed you how to plan ahead for writing your will. Here I will describe more specifically how to translate your plan into a legal document. Name the important people involved in your estate. The very...

Will Writing and You

How To Write A Will, Part 1: Preplanning Before you even sit down to write a will, you’ll want to put some thought into the things that you want your will to cover. There are several questions you’ll want to think through. What tangible property do you have? Think...

4 Documents Every Single Single Person Needs

Married people have their spouse.  Single people don’t.  This affects planning, tax consequences, medical treatment authorization, and end of life decisions.  Here are the four documents that every single Single person should have. 1. Power of attorney. It...

Top 10 Reasons to Update your Estate Plan, Part 2

Last post, we covered Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage.  And we continue with one happy and two sad reasons… The Birth of a Child Way to go!!!! Your previously simple life has forever changed (for the better) by welcoming a little bundle of joy into your family....

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