Of all the money that may pass through your hands during your lifetime, none is more emotion-laden than an inheritance. After all, you got it because … [Read more...] about Steps for handling an inheritance
What if you want to make sure that a family member does not receive any of your assets after you die? Even though the word “disinherit” may conjure up … [Read more...] about How do I disinherit a family member?
Throughout my twenty years as an estate planning attorney, I have experienced the effects of the above question. Too often, the problem has been … [Read more...] about How do I discuss estate planning with my family and loved ones?
It would be appropriate to state that 2020 has been a difficult year. Although we can be grateful that we are not in a world war and that we are … [Read more...] about Estate Planning in 2021
Although charitable giving can be beneficial whether you have a large or small estate, there can be significant tax savings for larger estates that … [Read more...] about How charitable giving can benefit everyone except “Uncle Sam”
Thanksgiving brings fond memories. As a young boy growing up, I loved meeting at grandma’s house on 21st Street in old Las Vegas. We crammed … [Read more...] about Gratitude and estate planning
Relocating to a new state often creates issues affecting estate planning. Many people wonder if they need a new will or trust when they move … [Read more...] about Estate planning when relocating to a new state
Having been an estate planning attorney for almost twenty-one years, I have worked with many clients wanting to get married later in life. With … [Read more...] about Legal Issues: Marriages later in life
If you don’t maintain your car, it will break down and fail to perform. Like a car, if you fail to maintain your trust, it will not achieve the … [Read more...] about Trust Maintenance
Few tasks we attempt during our lives have a greater impact on our family than creating an estate plan. Proper planning can ensure the future of our … [Read more...] about Improper estate planning can spell disaster for children