A Durable Power of What?

They don’t know what a durable power of attorney will do for them and the significant problems and expenses that can result if they don’t have one. […]

Estate Planning Alert – Details Matter! (Or — You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know)

As we approach the holiday season many of us will attend family events. We will be reminded of those we hold very dear and want to protect, and to be honest, some of us will realize that there are others we simply want to avoid. Estate planning is something you do to protect those […]

Why Protecting Your Assets with a Will is a Smart Resolution for 2014

I stress to my estate-planning clients — and ensure that they understand it — that they draft an estate plan not only for themselves, but more importantly for the family members they leave behind. […]

Are You Prepared for the Unexpected?

Being prepared is not something you do for yourself, being prepared is something you do for those you love. […]

Estate Planning and My House (or my parents’ house) – What are the Options?

One of the most frequent questions I am asked by my estate planning clients is what they should do with their home? The main concern is usually protecting their house if they go into a nursing home. I first wrote about this a couple of years ago and with this blog post I want […]