Category: Wills & Trusts


Aging Successfully—Will Your Support Network Look Out for Your Interests?

Posted on the behalf of Robert Turner,

On television, childless older adults can be portrayed as carefree people, living without demands from dependents. In reality, having no children—or having relatives who aren’t available or reliable enough to handle your affairs—can leave you and your estate vulnerable if you become incapacitated. For this reason, one of your most crucial activities in life will  … Read more

A Revocable Living Trust Versus A Will: Differences You Should Know About

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While both revocable living trusts and wills allow individuals to name beneficiaries for their property or estate, they serve different purposes. As an estate-planning tool, a revocable living trust is a document that can be changed according to one’s wishes or circumstances while he/she is living. Yet, they are mostly used to avoid the need  … Read more

The Future Of Your Healthcare: Is It In The Hands Of Someone You Trust?

Posted on the behalf of Robert Turner,

For those that are independent, well and active, it’s difficult to consider the future of their healthcare if they succumb to a serious accident or illness, not to mention advanced age. Yet, if something happens and the person is not able to direct his or her own medical care, how can they be sure that  … Read more

Online Legal Services: When a Bargain Really Isn’t

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A lot of online “legal services” are springing up, offering to perform comprehensive legal advice at a discount price. They tout their professionalism, and some offer “testimonials” citing how great their services are. While online legal services may seem like a bargain, the law is one area where it pays to work with trusted, experienced,  … Read more

Last Will and Testament…Maybe Not

Posted on the behalf of Robert Turner,

You probably figure that whatever you put in your will is final. But depending on your family, and you of all people know your family best, your final wishes might not be taken into consideration the way you hoped they would. A will can be contested in the courts, ending up costing the intended recipients  … Read more

Be Prepared!

Posted on the behalf of Robert Turner,

It’s the Boy Scout motto, and a wise piece of advice for life in general, but especially your finances! You never know when you’re going to have an emergency or unexpected rainy day; you also never know when you may unexpectedly pass away. Have you considered how your family will fare when it happens? There  … Read more