We all expect it to happen eventually—our parents getting older. Not just older chronologically, but physically and mentally older as well. It’s a difficult and sometimes painful process to realize that our parents are in fact aging. With each passing year, your parents, too, may be showing more obvious signs of time gone by. Even […]
COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, has been a challenge confronting countries around the world. Not only has COVID-19 been challenging healthcare systems, but the social distancing required to combat the virus has also rocked financial markets. However, there may be an opportunity for those wishing to do certain types of Estate Planning. Read on to learn more.
Joint tenancy is one of the most common ways for married couples to hold title to their property. My March 5th Blog post drew attention to 9 hazards of joint tenancy. This Blog addresses joint tenancy difficulties from another perspective: when parents add one or more of their children to the title of their home, […]
I’m posting a link to this January 8, 2019 article (below) because it’s a really great article. And though it’s already the last week of June, her punch list is still a good place to start. If I were to add a #11, it’d be: 11. Develop your own Estate Plan, and set up a […]