Key Differences between a Revocable and Irrevocable Trust

Differences Between a Trust and a Last Will and Testament

What is the Probate Process?

Who Should Know About My Estate Plan

Some people do not wish to disclose copies of their estate planning documents to members of the family in order to avoid conflicts or someone putting pressure on the creator. But who should know? After Creating the Plan While it is okay to not provide anyone with copies of documents, there should be at least

Most Frequently Asked Estate Planning Questions – Part 1

Clients often are overwhelmed with the amount of information available to them in regards to estate planning. While they try to piece together the entire plan, they often leave out some basic questions. Here are answers to some of the most common estate planning and probate process questions. What is included in my estate? Your

What Does It Mean to Fund a Trust

Trust Funding

Creating a trust is the first step to avoiding probate for your assets after you pass away. However, other steps need to be taken in order to ensure that you assets are titled correctly so that they do not need to go through probate. This is called funding. How Your Assets Should be Titled In

Differences between Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will

Basics on Special Needs Trusts

Things that Will Slow Down the Probate Process

You want to make your probate process smooth and as quick as possible to ensure that your beneficiaries receive their share as quickly as possible. However, there are certain things that can create issues during the process, especially if the estate planning was not completed correctly. Below are some of the issues that should be

Choosing a Guardian Who Lives Outside of the U.S. for Your Minor Children