Estate Planning – How to Title Your Assets

How you title your assets is a very important component of your Estate Plan. Below are examples of how you can title your assets to coincide with your Estate Plan. Individual Name If you own property in your sole name, upon your death, this asset will become part of...

PLANNING FOR PETS – PET TRUSTS

It is estimated that 78 million dogs and 85.8 million cats are owned in the U.S. Approximately 44% of all U.S. households have a dog and 35% have a cat (www.aspca.org), with 42% of all U.S. households having more than 1 pet (www.humanesociety.org). Most of us consider...

Implications of No Estate Planning

In life, when no arrangements are made… Who will make financial and medical decisions on your behalf when you are no longer able to do so yourself? By executing a properly drafted Durable Power of Attorney, you can name a trusted individual or entity to pay bills on...

Cohabitation Agreements

Couples that choose to live together without getting married should consider entering into legal relationships through bilateral contracts that define the rights, duties, obligations, responsibilities and other parameters of their relationship. The benefits of a...
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