Discussing Will And Estate Planning With Loved Ones Is Important
October 9, 2012
…It is no secret that warmer southern states, including or especially Florida have a high number of retirees. But people of any age are often reluctant to talk about estate planning with their loved ones. It is generally an emotional subject which can also be scary as well. No one wants to consider their own mortality, however it is necessary to discuss one’s will planning with family and heirs because how one drafts his or her will has legal ramifications.
Will Planning In Palm Beach County: Some Things To Remember
May 16, 2012
…If you already have a will in place, you’re ahead of the curve. In fact, most people in the U.S. find themselves ill-prepared when it comes to end-of-life planning – residents of Palm Beach County are no exception. Unfortunately, having a will is only a fraction of the documentation necessary to be fully prepared for the inevitable, no matter how far into the future it may come.
Story Of Rosa Park’s Estate In Probate Demonstrates Need For Early Estate Plan
January 26, 2012
…When Rosa Park’s passed away in 2005 at age 92, she had a small estate but left an enormous and indelible mark on history. Before her death, Rosa Park’s created an estate plan that assigned all of her personal belongings to a charitable organization called the Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self-Development.
Jackson’s Bankrupt Estate Turned Profitable, Execs Pay Increased
December 20, 2011
…When it comes to estate planning in contemplation of that journey everyone must take, it is as important to think about estate administration which will occur after you have gone. Determining where your assets will go and on what terms is not the only consideration that needs to be made. Especially for wealthier individuals, the estate does not simply get divided after your death.