Estate Planning for College Bound Children

August is the start of a new school year. This is a time when many parents are getting ready to send their children off to college. During this hectic and emotionally tumultuous time, parents may be all-consumed with helping prepare their soon-to-be college student...

Peace of Mind for New Moms and Dads

Most new moms and dads are overwhelmed with a new baby. However, making an estate plan is a relatively simple task that can bring an immense sense of security to your growing family. Here are the basics: Guardianship Your first order of business is to choose a...

Open Communication Avoids Disputes After Death

When leaving behind a legacy for children or loved ones, parents hope that it will bring joy to the recipient. Although nothing can mitigate the sorrow after a death occurs, an inheritance can sometimes alleviate financial worries. Of course, it is not just the money...

Estate Planning for New Parents

A brand new baby brings a special kind of chaos to your home. In the midst of sleep deprivation, midnight feedings, and seemingly endless diaper changes, estate planning is likely the last thing on your mind. However, making an estate plan is a relatively simple task...

Starting Late? Tips For Building Retirement Savings

Maybe you spent most of your early career working paycheck to paycheck. Perhaps your savings went to college funds for your children or paid off old debts. Whatever your circumstances, it’s never too late to build a nest egg. Follow the below tips for building...

New Mom? Prepare Your Estate Plan

If you are a new mom…now is the best time to prepare and execute your estate plan. Estate planning is often one item that gets pushed back on nearly everyone’s to-do list. The reasons you might be delaying vary: lack of time, not thinking you have enough assets,...