Select Page

Keeping Your Will Up-To-Date

Some people take a relaxed approach to estate planning. Others assume that they don’t have enough assets to warrant a comprehensive will. In fact, everyone benefits by making plans and setting specific guidelines for what happens after they pass on. Creating and...

Probate vs. Non-Probate

Planning and preparing the future for your loved ones once you pass away can be an emotionally draining experience. It’s uncomfortable to be faced with mortality and to think about what life would be like for friends and family after your death. Still, taking the...

5 Quick Tips for First Time Guardians

Being named as the guardian of a minor child is one of the highest honors many people will ever know. At the same time, the role comes with great responsibility. Especially in the case of a loved one’s passing or incapacitation, it’s understandable that you may be...

Helpful Apps for Co-Parenting

Your days are likely kept busy trying to juggle work, school, and life duties. Achieving that goal becomes even more difficult when you’re divorced and have minor children to consider. Thankfully, there are new ways you can ensure you kids stay connected with their...

How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce

In an increasingly connected world, the line between “real life” and social media has been sufficiently blurred. You might even have several accounts where you post interesting ideas and photos relevant to your life and interests. While there’s no doubt that social...

Dividing Marital Assets

Going through a divorce takes a lasting toll in many ways. It can be trying emotionally, mentally, physically, and financially. Your family members will also be impacted. Maintaining a clear mind and keeping it all together during this time can be difficult....