How Using An Estate Planning Firm Can Prevent Family Conflict

How Using An Estate Planning Firm Can Prevent Family Conflict

Prevent Family Conflict by Creating an Estate Plan Thinking about your death isn’t exactly a happy occasion, and planning for it isn’t, either. Unfortunately, a loss in the family can also lead to family conflict and stress, and sometimes, even tear families apart....
How to Update Your Estate Plan

How to Update Your Estate Plan

An estate plan involves preparing necessary managerial tasks for heirs in the event of incapacitation or death of the property owner. The planning procedures include the bequest of assets, an arrangement of estates, and settling of the estate taxes. It would be best...
Making An Estate Plan During The Pandemic

Making An Estate Plan During The Pandemic

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is certainly depressing. However, you can ease this negative situation by establishing an estate plan.  Even those who have an estate plan in place should meet with an estate planning attorney to review and update the details of...
Contesting A Will? Learn How

Contesting A Will? Learn How

Probate proceedings are known to take some time. One thing that can greatly extend the process is by contesting a will. If you’ve recently lost a loved one, and have reason to disagree with the will, what can you do? How can you contest a will? The...
5 Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid

5 Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid

Estate planning is a necessary part of getting older, especially if you wish to protect your family. It’s also very complex and can lead to a lot of confusion. Just like any legal matter, it requires a trained professional to ensure your assets and loved ones are...
Probate Litigation – How to Handle a Contentious Probate Case

Probate Litigation – How to Handle a Contentious Probate Case

Losing a loved one is life’s most challenging obstacle. Knowing that you will never get to see that person is devastating and the stress of handling their assets afterward can be overwhelming. When the division of property turns into contentious probate cases many...