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Why Unmarried Partners Should Care about Estate Planning

Why Unmarried Partners Should Care about Estate Planning According to a 2019 survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, 7 percent of surveyed adults were living with an unmarried partner, up from 3 percent in 1995.1 More people such as yourself are entering...

The Difference Between a Prenuptial Agreement and a Will or Trust

There was a time when most people heard about prenuptial agreements only when watching soap operas or Hollywood movies or reading a novel. For many of us, prenuptial agreements seemed to be reserved only for the ultrawealthy, where the continuation of dynastic family...

How to Disinherit Family Members From Your Estate

How to Disinherit Family Members From Your Estate In case you have any doubts, I want you to know that our attorneys have seen it all at our estate planning firm, including the family drama. I recently had a client come into my office after a recent quarrel he had...
DANGER OF ADDING YOUR CHILDREN TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNTS

DANGER OF ADDING YOUR CHILDREN TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNTS

DANGER OF ADDING YOUR CHILDREN TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNTS Many people seeking to avoid a crisis think that adding their children to their bank accounts is an ideal cure. Their primary goal might be to ensure that their children or loved ones have access to their finances...

Who Gets an Inheritance if the Beneficiary is No Longer Alive?

Who Gets an Inheritance if the Beneficiary is No Longer Alive? If your beneficiary is no longer, what happens to your inheritance? You may be wondering whether if you leave property to your brother Jim, but he dies before you, would his kids inherit the property in...