Unfortunately, the person that you have named the first time you created your estate plan may not be able to fulfill those responsibilities. For example, they may have aged to the point they are just not capable to act in this important role, or they have passed away. It is also possible that you are… Read more »
We encourage you to read our blog and consider your estate planning legacy in three ways: Financial and Health Care Decision Making and Current Estate Plan.
It may sound unusual, but did you know that your estate planning could fail? That you need to make plans so that you are always ensuring your estate planning is never out-of-date? It is something that none of us want to discuss, but we need to have this critical conversation sooner rather than later. Your… Read more »
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