Category: Core Estate Planning

Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples

By Melissa A. Register June 1, 2020 Posted in Core Estate Planning

If you and your significant other love each other but don’t want to tie the knot, you need an estate plan that takes into account your specific situation while protecting you both, along with any other family members or loved ones you wish to include.

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Have You Forgotten A Key Family Member in Your Estate Plan?

By Melissa A. Register March 1, 2020 Posted in Core Estate Planning

Whether you care for a dutiful Dachshund, a clowder of cats, or a bevy of bunnies, you probably devote a lot of attention to your pets. You work hard to care for them and provide them with love and affection. But have you given serious thought about what would happen to them if you became incapacitated or die?

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New Year, New (or Updated) Estate Plan!

By Melissa A. Register January 1, 2020 Posted in Core Estate Planning

It’s time to make your New Year’s resolutions, and although it may not be the most fun one, a new (or updated) estate plan is a great decision. (You know it’s been on your to-do list!) Here are eight life decisions or events that should get you thinking about updating — or creating — your estate plan right away.

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Are Any of These Mistakes Lurking in Your Estate Plan?

By Melissa A. Register October 1, 2019 Posted in Core Estate Planning

Common estate planning mistakes can derail your overall wealth plan. Addressing these errors is essential to ensure your wealth is managed properly during your incapacity or after your death.

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