Try your hand at this estate planning pop quiz to see if your knowledge of estate planning makes the grade and if it is time for us to schedule a meeting.

Along with warmer weather and lazy days spent at a pool, summertime also often includes a family gathering, such as a Fourth of July barbecue, a family vacation, a reunion, or time spent at a family cabin or lake house. Whatever the form, in our always-on-the-go society, getting the whole family together is a rare…

We are writing in regard to the recent Supreme Court decision, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, issued on June 24th and how it may impact the LGBTQ community.

Safety also applies to our financial and emotional health – and how it affects our loved ones.

While the ever-growing number of items on your moving to-do list may be overwhelming, it is important not to overlook two essential items that should be added to your moving checklist.

When it comes to death and what to do with a deceased’s remains, most people think of only two options: burial or cremation. However, these options are not particularly environmentally friendly.

To avoid the possibility that a disabled loved one will lose government benefits because they have too much money, you may want to consider setting up a standby supplemental needs trust as part of your estate plan.

Here are a few of the important lessons we can learn from the estate planning of some of our country’s most famous political leaders.

When it comes to finding happiness for both you and your loved ones, consider how your estate planning might play a role in that process.

A detailed inventory of all of your accounts and property is crucial for helping your loved ones manage your legal and financial affairs effectively.

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