When your company is structured as a Limited Liability Company (LLC), its a good idea for the operating agreement to detail what happens with each member’s ownership upon death. Keep in mind that being… Read Moreabout LLC Agreements and Estate Plans
Please outlive me. That’s how many spouses feel: they’d rather not be the one left behind. Since we just never know what our next chapters of life hold, estate planning is important—and marital trusts… Read Moreabout Marriage and Trusts?
Trusts can be a useful way to protect and distribute assets to family members. Here is an overview of the advantages of establishing a trust. For a trust to achieve it’s goals, you’ll also need… Read Moreabout Financial Security: Family Trusts
Though sometimes necessary, going to court to set up guardianship for loved ones who can no longer reliably make decisions for themselves can be difficult, and painful. Court involvement makes the matter public, and… Read Moreabout Guardianship: Are There Alternatives?
Progressively debilitating brain diseases, like Alzheimers, require courage—and advance planning. Though estate planning is important for everyone, it is especially important for those coping with Alzheimers and other forms of dementia to act decisively… Read Moreabout Coping With Brain Disease: Legal Advice
When you’re entrusted with the will and other affairs of someone you care about, it’s best to prepare ahead. Of course that sounds awful, but grief will make the fiduciary responsibilities you’ve accepted even… Read Moreabout Executor? Get Ready
Mustering family energy and focus to complete an estate plan once is a pretty big deal, right? While doing so is a gift to everyone involved, estate planning is not a “set it and forget… Read Moreabout Estate Plan: Update vs Rewrite?
When a loved one dies, grief can make legal terms even harder to comprehend then usual. Here’s clarity on probate: most families will work through their state’s probate process to settle the affairs of… Read Moreabout Probate vs Probate Litigation?