When a loved one passes on, the emotional aspect of the loss is very often compounded by its financial implications. A death can be complicated even further if your loved one did not create an estate plan in his or her lifetime. If you find yourself mixed up in the estate administration process, it is…

People all over the country create special needs trusts to help a loved one with special needs. For families who have an individual with special needs, this is a crucial part of estate planning. Please read on to learn more about special needs trusts and how they may help you and your family achieve the…

As a parent, there are few things more frightening than not being able to raise your own children. Unfortunately, sometimes, parents have no choice. If the last living parent suffers an untimely death, their children are left to go through life on their own. While no parent ever wants to think about such a thing…

While marriage does inherently provide couples with certain benefits, such as joint tax filing, inheritance, hospital visits, social security benefits, and even immigration status, unmarried couples do not automatically have access to these benefits. This is why it is so important for married couples to create estate plans together. If you and your significant other…

When a loved one passes away, their assets generally go through the probate process, which can, unfortunately, become a complex and cumbersome journey, especially if your loved one has not written a legally-enforceable will. However, with a bit of self-education and the help of an experienced attorney, you can keep a cool head and bear…

VA loans have provided service members with opportunities otherwise unavailable to the general public for nearly 80 years now. Essentially, VA loans function as a $0-down mortgage option for active-duty service members, National Guard members, U.S. veterans, reservists, and eligible spouses. VA loans offer purchase, streamline refinance, or cash-out refinance options. If you or your…

In this day and age, there are tutorials on how to do just about anything readily available via the internet. For the most part, this is a great thing, and it helps give people a sense of independence, as they no longer have to rely on a professional to get certain things done. However, on…

Though most beneficiaries’ primary concern is the loss of their loved one, if they are entitled to inheritance, they will most likely want to see that everything ends up as written in the decent’s will. When someone takes on the role of an executor, they are taking on significant responsibility. Fortunately, most people realize how…

Buying a home is a huge step in a person’s life. When you buy a house, especially if it’s your first time, you most likely feel a rush of excitement and an extraordinary sense of accomplishment. This is wonderful, and you should feel that way. However, there are several costs associated with buying a new…

Our estate planning attorneys take pride in their work. We are honored and pleased to help our friends and neighbors prepare for their future. An estate planning attorney can help you with major life-changing events, such as marriage or childbirth, as well as help you create a plan regarding how your assets will be distributed…

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