The emotional aspects of money often cause family members t avoid frank conversation with loved ones. There are reasons to tell beneficiaries what to expect, avoiding conflicts.
family law and estate planning
Not Too Young for College? You’re Not Too Young for Estate Planning!
It’s easy to assume that estate planning is for the wealthy and elderly only, but students going awa to college need estate planning documents.
Estate Planning Steps to Take the Second Time Around
Love may be lovelier the second time around, but should also be entered into with both feet on the ground. Here is a second marriage estate planning “to do” list…
Estate Planning Challenges Remain for LBTQ Couples
Three aspects of planning present special challenges for same sex couples. Learn how to protect the rights of each partner and any offspring.
Estate Planning is a Way of Saying Thank You
Estate planning is a way to say thank you to those who’ve supported you and thos whom you wish to support.
Estate Planning for Millennials
Millennials are receptive to a different set of recommendations when it comes to estate planning, and they have particular vulnerabilities and needs.
Who decides your medical care if you cannot?
Your approach to your health care is unique based on your family history, your religious and philosophical beliefs, your personal preferences and even your pain tolerance. Each decision you make likely comes after a discussion with your Indiana doctor where you...
Awkward Conversations Can Be a Great Gift of Love
Conversations with people you love about money concerns can get awkward and tense pretty fast, writes Tobie Stanger in Consumer Reports, offering the following example: You and your two siblings inherited the lake house where your family spent many cherished summers....