One of the many stages at which individuals often sit down to engage in estate planning is when they get married or have kids. They often do so to ensure that their spouse and/or children will inherit their assets when they die. As you might imagine, divorce is one of...
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How soon do you need a will?
If you are over the age of 18, it’s time to look into beginning your estate planning process. Your will is an important aspect of your estate plan, and it is one that you should have in place as soon as you are 18. Why do you need a will when you’re only 18? While you...
2 strong reasons to consider asset protection planning
To many people, estate planning simply involves deciding who gets to keep their property when they die. However, your estate plan can also protect you if you have a medical emergency and address potential future financial or medical issues. For example, you can plan...