If you follow the news (or even if you don’t), you’ve probably heard the term “conservatorship” more in the last year or two than ever before in your life. Both the Britney Spears conservatorship and the Amanda Bynes conservatorship have made global headlines which, inevitably has led to misrepresentation and
When you think about all that writing a will entails, it makes sense that there would be more than one way to accomplish the task. A will communicates your final wishes including how you want your assets to be distributed, who you would appoint to care for dependents, how you
As tax season comes into full view a lot of people have tax deductible donations on their minds. While it may be too late to make a charitable contribution that counts against your 2021 taxable income, plenty of time remains to do so for 2022. Charitable donations are a great
Terminology is among the biggest barriers to estate planning. Many people understand the importance of protecting their assets and working to ensure their loved ones’ long-term financial well-being but are turned away by all the jargon that accompanies the task. What is a trust? What are advance directives? What is
January is so named because it is the month of Janus, the Roman god of beginnings, transitions, doorways, and endings. If there were ever a month to get over your fear of financial planning, then, January would be it. And although it is now almost March, there is still no
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