There are real-life lessons to learn from Lucille Ball, including from a lesser-known episode involving her daughter and her widower’s second wife that provides important estate planning lessons about remarriage.

Too little estate planning can put your heirs in a bind and tie up your estate in time-consuming and costly probate litigation.

On Valentine’s Day this year, you could try something different to show your love: Think about your estate plan and how you can protect and provide for your loved ones.

Celebrate National Mentoring Month this January by becoming a mentor to the people in your life who have less life experience, whether they are your children or other loved ones.

You may associate the month of December with giving holiday gifts, but it is also a great time for you to think about the valuable estate planning opportunity presented by year-end gift giving.

One of the dirtiest tricks that can be played on an unsuspecting family member may be lurking in the shadows: The way you own your property does not match your estate plan.

Getting a traffic ticket is never fun, but usually the irritation of it is relatively short-lived if it is taken care of promptly.

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.

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.

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