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…

How do I create an Estate Plan?

Many potential clients, acquaintances and friends (sometimes fearfully) ask me how do they create an estate plan? Like many things, the unknown is most times the scariest part of undertaking a large project like an Estate Plan.  The most important part of what I do is take the burden off of their shoulders and create…

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…

Alzheimer’s can happen to you

53. Fifty. Three. That’s how old country singer, Jay Allen’s, mother is. She is currently dealing with the early onset of Alzheimer’s Disease. See the beautiful video below of the song he wrote and dedicated to his mother aptly titled, “Blank Stares,” on stage at the Dubuque County Fair. Did you know that the youngest…

Is your child gifted?

So, the title of this blog post is probably pretty misleading since what I’m about to tell you is not impacted in the slightest by your child’s ability to perform calculus equations in his or her head.  However, it was inspired by a new movie released in theaters on April 7, 2017 called “Gifted” staring…