As your elderly loved ones age, they may begin to have difficulty managing their finances. When coupled with memory problems, your aging loved one may be an easy target for abuse. By knowing what signs to look for, you can help protect them from financial exploitation.
A primary question people ask as they get older is: How do you keep the probate process from mangling your estate?
Same-sex couples have faced a myriad of challenges through the decades, and one of them includes estate planning.
On December 20, Congressional Republicans passed tax reform and President Donald Trump signed it into law two days later.
Let's put this right out there: You don't have to be wealthy to need estate planning. You may still have your home and vehicles, retirement accounts, bank and investment accounts, jewelry and family heirlooms, to list a few. The estate plan determines what will happen to these assets in the event of your untimely demise. And since we all must "demise" some day, putting a plan in place is common sense.