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.
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.
An often misunderstood but common estate planning tool that can appear in estate planning documents is the power of appointment. Not to be confused with a power of attorney (the document that allows you to delegate certain powers to an agent to act on your behalf while you are still living), a power of appointment…
While it is certainly important to plan for what happens after you die, it is equally important to plan for instances where you may be incapacitated.
After several days of counting ballots, Joe Biden has been declared the winner of the 2020 Presidential election by many major news outlets.
Millennials are known to have markedly different social and professional traits compared to their Generation X and Baby Boomer parents.
Learn when to update a will or trust, such as after a move or divorce, when your children grow up or if you have a business. ACTEC Fellows Nancy C. Hughes and Natalie M. Perry discuss 5 reasons you may want to update your Will and Estate Plan.