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Estate Planning for Millennials

Ensuring Your Home Is Passed on to Your Children

The estate planning process offers three options for passing on your home to your children. A will, living trust, or modification to the deed of your home are all ways to make sure your family home stays in the family. Read more…

It Isn’t Too Late to Keep This New Year’s Resolution

To truly make a difference in your life, consider making resolutions that will help ensure the financial security of your family. Read more…

That’s Right, Woodchuck-Chuckers, It’s Groundhog Day!

In the now-classic comedy “Groundhog Day”, Bill Murray’s Phil finds himself trapped on the same day, February 2nd, waking each morning to experience the same events over and over again. While there are times in which we too feel like we are stuck in Groundhog Day as our daily lives can become repetitive, the reality is that the only constant in our lives is change. Read more…

Estate Planning Essentials for Single Parents

Estate planning is important for all parents but is essential if you are a single parent, because the children do not have a second parent to rely on. Estate planning will ensure that your children are cared for and provided for in the event of your death or incapacity. Read more…

Estate Planning: Should You Really DIY?

Thanks to easily accessible guides offered by document services on the internet, do-it-yourself is now an option for creating an estate plan. Of course a fill-in-the-blank will or trust can be tempting, especially when you are not sure where to start. But is it a good idea, really, to DIY your estate plan? Read more…

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