A frequent concern for those with aging loved ones is the future need for guardianship. Unfortunately, the concept of guardianship can be confusing and overwhelming.
What do these appointments mean to the person(s) named to act? What happens if they fail or decline to act? Can the planning appoint alternative representatives?
We celebrate Father’s Day in June, honoring dads who devote themselves to raising children and building families. To protect a family, create a legacy and prepare for the future, young fathers are wise to invest their time and attention in estate planning.
Caring for Your Aging Dad should be planned before it becomes an emergency. Talk with your father and find out what is important to him. Let him know that an estate plan will help the people he loves as well as protect him.
“Gray divorce” — the unfortunately named term for divorce after age 50 — is increasing among baby boomers.
One of the most important estate planning documents for all persons over the age of 18 to consider is a durable power of attorney.
Seeking a guardianship for a loved one is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Here’s how the process works.
These are among the things an estate attorney can help you with planning. That’s why it’s essential to ensure you have one by your side, if you’re leaving an inheritance behind.
For parents who have a child with special needs, planning for their loved one’s life after they themselves are gone can be overwhelming. Breaking the process down into manageable parts and working with specialized professionals and companies can help.