Expect the Unexpected: Be Prepared Legally, Financially and Medically Without even a moment’s notice, you could become ill or injured and unable to take care of your own affairs. That’s why it’s so important to have all your legal, financial and medical ducks in a row—and someone ready to take care of them as soon…

Last Will and Testament?  I place the question mark at the end of this because it asks the question, “Do you have a Last Will and Testament?” Very often the answer to this question is “I do not.”   Sometimes I think the best gift a person could give his loved ones (after death), is an…

living trust

A Living Trust Can Eliminate a Guardianship Proceeding. If you become disabled or are unable to manage your estate, your living trust, combined with Durable Powers of Attorney for Healthcare and Finances can avoid the need for a court mandated guardianship. The persons you’ve appointed will step in and manage your affairs without government interference…