1. What Estate Planning Documents Should My Elderly Parents Have

    What Estate Planning Documents Should My Elderly Parents Have?

    Creating an estate plan is an important way to ensure that everything from your assets to your end of life care is handled exactly the way you want it to. If you don’t come up with a legally binding plan, the local government will take over instead and the end result might not be a fulfillment of …Read More

  2. Top 5 Estate Planning Mistakes

    Whether you are young or old, having an estate plan can help ensure that your family is not left unprepared and that your assets aren’t handed off to someone you never intended to have receive them. The right estate plan will cover an array of important aspects in the case of your death or an illn…Read More

  3. Power of Attorney – What is it and Is it Enough?

    Power of attorney (POA) is a document that grants a specific person, called an agent, the authority to make important decisions on behalf of another person, called the principal. There are many different kinds of power of attorney. The scope of the authority the principal grants to the agent can be …Read More