All in Wills

Keeping the Peace After You Are Gone

A will or trust contest can wreak havoc on families. The conflict can result in possibly irreparable resentment and loss of familial communication. Careful estate planning can help you substantially reduce the risk, or even avoid this problem entirely. Read on to find out ways to you can build your estate plan to keep the peace and minimize family conflicts after you’re gone.

How to Choose a Guardian for Yourself

Every day we make hundreds of decisions from what to eat for breakfast to where we go on vacation.  But, what will happen if you can’t make decisions for yourself?  Before that time comes, there is one important decision you need to make. Who do you want to serve as your guardian? Read on to learn about the type of person that should make decisions for you when you can’t make them for yourself.

Do you really need a will? You May Not Think You Need a Will, But You Really Do.

You might believe that a will is only for the rich and famous, and not the average person who has a far smaller net worth. On the other hand, you may think that a will is entirely unnecessary since you have a trust, jointly owned property, or have named beneficiaries on your insurance. So, do you really need a will? The short answer to this question is “yes.” Read on to find out why.