NEWS & LEGAL ARTICLES
The Best Way to Receive an Inheritance
Getting an inheritance in trust may be the best way to get (or give) an inheritance.
Thanksgiving Gratitude and Estate Planning
Getting your affairs in order is an expression of love. Estate planning is not something you do for yourself. It is something you do for others.
Estate Planning for Children with Disabilities
Lack of planning could have serious negative consequences for a child with a disability, whether it be a young child or an adult child.
Maintaining Your Living Trust
When properly prepared, a living trust avoids costly court processes. However, many people make a major mistake when they do not properly maintain their trust.
What is an Ethical Will?
An “Ethical Will” is a statement of personal values. It can set forth life philosophies, wishes, testimonials, almost any final message you want others to know.
Storing Your Estate Planning Documents
Gathering necessary paperwork in one location will save your loved ones an irritating game of “find the forms” after your death. This is the perfect time to decide on a safe place to store all your estate-planning documents.
M. Eric Olmstead | 2020 Employment Law Legislative Update
M. Eric Olmstead is a foremost expert on employment laws that define our workplace landscape. We are proud to present Eric’s 2020 employment law legislative update.
Common (and Costly) Estate Planning Mistakes
Mistakes are often made with the best of intentions. Here are some estate planning mistakes you can avoid now to save yourself (and family) a fortune later.
How To Choose an Estate Planning Attorney
Individuals who purchase “estate plans” at seminars are rarely properly served. Seminars should be attended for educational purposes and not for the purchasing of an “estate plan.”
Death and Title to Assets
Many times when someone dies owning property in his or her name, the surviving family members do not take the necessary steps to clear title to the property. Although this is common, it can create future problems.