Last August, the American Bar Association House of Delegates passed a resolution to honor ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, the novel by Harper Lee for “the positive role that the book has played in the lives of lawyers, their families and the American public.” But where is Atticus Finch now? Apparently on April 29th you will [...]
Filing bankruptcy in retirement may not be such a bad idea by Cindy Perman, CNBC.com, is a good read for today’s retired population and their families. The article discusses the financial struggles retirees are experiencing due to poor insurance coverage, rising medical expenses, and inadequate living adjustments in Social Security, pensions, and retirement accounts. Family [...]
A local news channel, KCTV 5, was interviewing a woman who had filed bankruptcy in a piece titled Bankruptcy a Blessing? The woman stated, “Bankruptcy is a dirty word. But, it saved our lives, it really did.” I was amazed that this woman was so relieved, yet refused to have her face shown during the [...]
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Estate planning letter of instructions will help your family carry out your wishes in a timely manner. These letters will also ease the stress and uncertainty loved ones can feel when having to review estate documents.
Use estate planning to put your affairs in order to aid your family emotionally and logistically.
A look at what several estate planning documents can offer to individuals including: Powers of Attorney, Living Will, Non-probate Transfers.