Regardless of income level or assets, everyone can benefit from having a trust or will. Having something in place, especially during this time of unpredictability and rapid change, brings peace …
It is that time of year again. No, not the time we all start thinking about our January workout schedule (my mother’s banana bread is worth every step on that …
Powers of Attorneys come in all shapes and sizes. Making sure yours “fits” is essential to ensuring your loved ones have the tools they need to stay out of the courtroom.
You won’t cut your own bangs, but you’ll copy and paste binding legal documents…cool. Let me know how that goes.
What is funding? If you completed your trust or will and you do not know what “funding” is, then odds are your plan will not work as intended (or even at all) when life changing events occur.
So how do you avoid probate, the court system, and ensure you, your assets, and your loved ones are better protected? Simple, get a trust.
How do you know if your will falls short? Many Wills do little more than having no plan at all—we call these “I Love You Wills”.