Your Facebook Afterlife: Estate Planning for Digital Assets

Written By Rhiannon Hartman
Posted on May 14, 2019

Article written by Rhiannon M. Hartman, Esq. Imagine that you have been named the Executor or Trustee to handle the estate of a distant relative and you know very little about its assets.  In 1980, acquiring this type of information Read More…

Posted in Estate Planning

Estate Planning Options for Pet Owners: Planning for a Crisis and after Death.

Written By Bennie Wall
Posted on April 29, 2019

Pet Trusts

Article written by Bennie A. Wall, Esq. As a pet owner, you should have plans in place ensuring your pet’s care for both your incapacity and your death. Effective estate planning for pet owners will consider not only with whom Read More…

Posted in Estate Planning

Six Considerations When Choosing a Pet’s Caregiver

Written By Carmen Sheppard
Posted on April 25, 2019

Family pet

Article written by Bennie A. Wall, Esq. Planning for pets can be one of the most important pieces of your estate planning, and choosing who will be the ideal caregiver to your beloved animal is a key component of any Read More…

Posted in Estate Planning

Cognitive Impairment A Long And Winding Road

Written By Beth Ann Lawson
Posted on March 26, 2019

As an attorney, I meet wonderful families in various stages of planning for the mental incapacity of a loved one.  Some families are struggling with a current crisis with more limited legal options and possible court action.  Some families are Read More…

Posted in Asset Protection Planning for Long Term Care, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Guardianships & Conservatorships

Retirement Plan Trust

Written By Carmen Sheppard
Posted on February 27, 2019

Retirement Plan Trusts

Article written by Jonathan B. Osler, Esq. If you are reading this article, chances are good that you have done an excellent job socking away funds in an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) or in multiple IRAs.  Indeed your IRA may Read More…

Posted in Estate Planning, Retirement Planning Trusts