Estate Planning in Your 20s and 30s

Author: Sara Bailey (http://thewidow.net/) Preparing for retirement and undertaking estate planning are crucial and have profound effects on your later quality of life and on your children, if you have any. Deciding how to distribute your assets once your life has concluded empowers you to control your legacy and benefit your loved ones. Many people…

Why an Estate Plan Should Be A Part Of Your Hurricane Preparedness Plan (Part II)

Yay for Hurricane Month! –Said nobody ever (except maybe public adjusters and hardware stores) Last August, we went into detail as to why an estate plan should be a part of your hurricane preparedness plan. Check out the post HERE. More importantly, we discussed WHY it’s important to make sure you have your legal documents…

Is there a new addition to your family?

Ahhh, that fresh newborn baby smell. There’s nothing like it in the whole world. It makes you forget the sleepless nights, the thousandth diaper you’ve changed today, the crying that rattled your heart as you attempted to inhale that plate of food you called “lunch.” In the midst of caring for your newborn or young…

Why Elder Law?

I would like to thank you for taking the time to visit this webpage and make it to the blog section. None of this would be possible without your support. So, why elder law?  Elder law is a personal area of the law.  It involves interpersonal issues; familial issues that are not so easy to…