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Posts Category - Incapacity Planning

Are You One of the Many Adults Who Find Finances Daunting?

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Thinking ahead about your future requires careful and complex consideration of a variety of issues. A recent study by Unum shows that many adults find their finances daunting and therefore, forget to take action steps that can help to protect them or their loved ones.  According to this study, around 38% of adults in the […]

Your Estate Plan Isn’t Complete Unless You Have Discussed These Five Documents

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Every so often it’s helpful to sit down and review your existing estate planning documents. Ideally you will have stored a copy of these with your estate planning lawyer and also have copies for yourself. Regular review of your existing estate plans can help you to determine when you need to incorporate additional planning goals.   […]

Do You Really Need Life Insurance in Addition to a Will?

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If you don’t have any children and are currently not married, there’s a good chance you think you don’t need life insurance. If your first thought was that life insurance can help your family members pay for funeral expenses and you’re not concerned about that, you might have skipped the application and verification process for […]

My Child Has a Disability. What Do I Need to Consider with Estate Planning?

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As you grow older and are concerned about the future of a child with disability, the future can seem overwhelming or even daunting. Thankfully, sitting down with an experienced and knowledgeable estate planning lawyer gives you the chance to ask important questions and to articulate a plan that is aligned with your individual needs.  Start […]

Lessons from the Jeffrey Epstein Estate: Creditors First

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A significant legal battle could hold more information for others approaching the estate planning process. The last will and testament of Jeffery Epstein was dated August 8th, just a couple of days before he was found dead in his jail cell.  Over $577 million in total assets, including collectibles and fine arts are expected to […]

Can You Simplify Managing Your Loved One’s Estate?

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We all know in the back of our minds that at some point in our lives we might have to sort through a loved one’s estate. And yet there’s no way to prepare for the emotional onslaught that you might experience in dealing with grief. That process can be overwhelming and can make it that […]

Asset Protection for the Entrepreneur

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Many well-known career fields are often associated with important asset protection planning. From lawyers to doctors and others with substantial wealth, it’s important to think about how asset protection planning should expand into the world of entrepreneurship.  It’s never been easier to start and scale a business. Every day there are new stories of people […]

America’s “Forgotten Middle” in Long Term Care Planning

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The baby boomer generation is bringing to light some of the most common challenges with long-term care and future planning. Since it’s expected that many people passing their retirement age might have to continue to work for financial reasons and then also need some form of health support like a nursing home or assisted living, […]

What Can I Put in a Trust?

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Not all assets belong in a trust, and knowing the difference can help you make the right choice for your assets. The easiest way to figure out whether or not a trust can help you is to sit down with your lawyer and make a list of all the assets you own.  There are several […]

Are You Holding Your Estate Cards Close to Your Chest?

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Planning ahead for potential incapacitation, Medicaid use, and estate planning all feel inherently personal. In fact, they hit so close to home that plenty of people never even begin the process of estate planning.  But for those who do, the planning is often the first and last step they take. A study recently found that […]

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