"Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone" Pablo Picasso

Estate planning is about more than having a will to distribute property when one dies. Perhaps the most important aspect of estate planning is planning for how one will live as they age, which includes planning for disability and long term care. 

All parent wants to make sure their children are taken care of in the event that they become disabled or die before the children reach adulthood. 

Gaining control over our finances is usually at or near the top of all New Year’s resolutions.  Suddenly now, it’s March, have you made any progress?

It’s that time of year again – love is in the air!  As Valentine’s Day approaches, we make dinner reservations and shop for the perfect gift to express our love.  This Valentine’s Day, consider giving a heartfelt gift—an estate plan to provide support and guidance for them during grief and loss.

It is natural to focus on our families at Thanksgiving, to think about everything they add to our lives and how lucky we are to have them. 

One of the best reasons folks engage in estate planning is to ease the burdens surviving family members will carry in the event of our death.