The Estate Plan Checkup You Need After a Divorce

Are you recently divorced? Among all of the changes and logistics that accompany divorce, from legal battles and paperwork to adjusting to a life without your former spouse and the emotions that may come with it, it’s common to forget one of the most important post-divorce practices: updating your estate plan. Read More

Who Will Take Care of Your Pet After Your Death?

For many, pets are part of the family – but have you considered what would happen to your pet if you die or become incapacitated? Because pets don’t receive the same protections under the law as do other dependents, it is up to pet owners to ensure that there is a legally effective plan in place. Read More

The Aging Parent Conversation

The thought of a parent approaching the end of his or her life is often a disconcerting one. A discussion on the subject is often avoided both by children struggling to bring up the subject, and by aging parents who can fear losing their independence. Read More