Category Archives: Wills/Trusts/Estates

Creating New Wills and Estate Planning During COVID-19

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Many activities at our law office have gone virtual. But signing wills and trusts is an appointment that must be done in person. That does not mean that wills and trusts cannot be created during the pandemic. In fact, many people are interested in getting their end-of-life paperwork in order. Still, the process has had […]

What You Can Do With Extra Time in 2020

This clock and hourglass are intended to make you wonder about what you can do with extra time?

Plan Ahead: What You Can Do With Extra Time During these uncertain times of the coronavirus outbreak, people may be finding themselves with available unplanned time. What you can do with extra time includes planning ahead for the future. It’s a great time to make sure all your insurance, estate and medical access documents are […]

It’s 2020! Resolve to Plan for the Future

A man points to an estate planning document in resolve to plan for the future.

Whether you are young or old, resolve to plan for the future. Don’t let resolutions get put off by thinking there’s always next year. While it’s hard to think about what happens after you are gone, not planning can put your loved ones in serious trouble and without enough assets to support them. If you […]