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3 Simple Questions You Should Ask An Estate Attorney
Find out what you need…before you need it.
Guide: Online Legal Services
Many of the services traditionally offered by trust and estate attorneys can now be obtained online.
Signs Your Client Might Have A Dementia-Related Disease
How to recognize when a client might be operating at a limited mental capacity.
Don't Let Your Family Fight Like These Celebrity Heirs
It’s all too common to hear of a tragedy turning into something even uglier: an epic family feud.
Hawaii Five-0 Lets Carol Burnett Live
Book 'em, Planno! (Instead of Danno...we were making a planning pun...forget it...just read the awesome article now.)
Complete The Most Important Planning Docs In An Hour
The biggest barrier to planning is often finding the time to get it done. Thanks to these three services, you’re now out of...
Does Your Family Know Who Handles Your Legal Matters?
Identify the attorneys and legal professionals who help keep the law on your side.
7 Life Events That Require An Immediate Estate Plan Refresh
If you’ve experienced any of the following things, you need to update your estate plan right now.
How Childless Seniors Can Plan For The Future
Parents assume, right or wrong, that their children will take care them as they age. Childless adults don’t have that option,...
Checklist: Name A Power Of Attorney
A Power Of Attorney is someone you appoint to make legal and financial decisions on your behalf in case you are no longer able to...
Checklist: Documents To Organize And Share
Here are some of the essential documents, accounts, and types of information to organize and put in your Everplan.
A Guide To Power Of Attorney For Your Parents
The right forms will let the right people make financial decisions for your mom and dad, if necessary.
Why You Might Need A Non-Durable Power Of Attorney
A Non-Durable Power Of Attorney is usually established to achieve a specific financial or legal goal. (For example: If your...
Why You Might Need A Durable Power of Attorney (DPOA)
A Durable Power Of Attorney (DPOA) goes into effect as soon as the legal paperwork is signed and expires when you die. As long as...
Why You Might Need A Springing Power Of Attorney
A Springing Power Of Attorney becomes effective upon a specific date, event, or condition. Usually, this “condition” is a...
How To Choose A Power of Attorney
Since your Power of Attorney (POA) potentially will be handling your legal and financial affairs, you’ll want to choose someone...
Estate Planning Documents You Need To Organize and Share
Your estate planning documents will be essential in the settling of your estate, including getting through probate. By organizing...
All You Need To Know About Naming A Power Of Attorney
A Power Of Attorney, or POA as people in the know say, is someone you pick to speak for you, legally and financially, when you...
All You Need To Know About Organizing Important Documents
Our endgame is simple: Make all the paperwork in your life manageable so you don’t overwhelm the people you leave behind.
Estate Planning For Your Pets
America is approaching a belly rub crisis. Or, in the case of cats, that spot right above their tail that makes them like you for...
How To Name A Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney (POA) is someone you appoint to make legal and financial decisions on your behalf should you no longer be...
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