It is National Make-A-Will Month, but a Will is Not Enough

Did you know that August is National Make-A-Will Month? Did you also know that a will is only one component of a proper estate plan? While wills are indeed a cornerstone of estate planning, they represent just one facet of a holistic approach that ensures the effective management and distribution of your assets according toContinue reading “It is National Make-A-Will Month, but a Will is Not Enough”

New Year, New Goals. Create or update your estate plan!

“I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” —Thomas Jefferson The start of a new year is a great time to reassess your priorities and make positive changes in your life. One important step you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones is to create an estateContinue reading “New Year, New Goals. Create or update your estate plan!”


Decided where your assets should go after you die is one of the primary purposes of an estate plan. One of the most common questions people have is who should be their beneficiaries. The good news is this decision is entirely up to you. Your assets can go entirely to one person, to multiple people,Continue reading “WHO ARE YOUR BENEFICIARIES?”


Decision-makers are those who will make decisions for you when you cannot make them for yourself. These decision-makers are needed if you become disabled or when you die. Take the time to determine who decision-makers are early in the process to prevent delay. Prior to your consultation, we recommend determining both your primary and back-upContinue reading “WHO ARE YOUR DECISION-MAKERS?”

Benefits of Creating an Estate Plan

COVID-19 has prompted many to contemplate important topics such as end-of-life decisions and estate planning. By making these choices and preparations in advance, families can ensure that they are carrying out the wishes of their loved ones and also prevent some of the difficulties that are often faced in these circumstances. The resources below touchContinue reading “Benefits of Creating an Estate Plan”