Divorce: The Long-term Asset Issues

Right after a divorce, and in the years that follow, the ex-spouses will think, obsess and even continue to fight over who gets what after the marriage dissolves. But when all the yelling is done, it often comes down to a matter of law. And so divorce and long-term...
How to Divide Assets, Not Families

How to Divide Assets, Not Families

The strains and stresses on surviving children from the death of parents can happen in a time of grief. And even if someone commits themselves to reducing their want for material possessions, they may still desperately want Grandma’s teapot or Mom’s...
Rental Property and Your Estate Plan

Rental Property and Your Estate Plan

What does rental property have to do with your estate plan? Well, an estate plan should address all of your assets. And for most people, an estate plan includes three common categories: your home; financial accounts (checking and savings); and personal property. Other...