How Divorce Will Impact Your Estate Planning

If you were married before, chances are you made your estate planning with your then spouse, naming him or her, as the primary beneficiary, the executor of your will, as well as an agent in your power of attorney for medical and financial decisions. If since then you have divorced your spouse, but never updated

Do It Yourself Services for Estate Planning vs. Hiring an Attorney

Would you operate on your family member’s brain or heart, not being a surgeon? While some projects can turn into do-it-yourself task to save money, others you should not attempt to do on your own. One such task is creating an estate planning for you and your family through do-it-yourself (DIY) sites, like LegalZoom. Most

Why Young People Should Complete Estate Planning

Often young people believe they do not need estate planning because of their age or because they do not have a lot of assets. However, what young parents don’t realize is that estate planning is an essential element of planning for their children’s care in case both parents pass away while having children who are

Guardianship of a Child vs. Guardian of the Estate

Parents always want what is best for their children. While death can be a difficult topic to consider by many young parents, it is detrimental that parents are aware that lack of appropriate planning can place their minor children in foster care, if both parents pass away. When both parents of a minor child pass