Special Needs Trusts and Guardianship
Estate planning for a child with a disability is crucial. Guardianship alone is not sufficient for the needs of your child or incapacitated adult with a disability.
Love Estate Planning
Are you prepared for a life crisis? People work to provide a home, a quality of life; yet, many fail to put an estate plan in place. An estate plan will give you and your family peace of mind.
What Happens If You Don’t Have a Will?
What happens if you die without a Last Will and Testament? How does it hurt your family? What is intestate?
Seniors and Medicaid Planning
An elder law attorney helps a senior with asset protection when Medicaid is needed. Solutions exists to preserve an estate and qualify for Medicaid.
Do You Have Estate Planning Goals?
Happy Holidays! Now it’s time to watch the year tick down. Then we ring in the New Year and watch the Ball drop. As you reflect on the year – Did you accomplish all your goals in 2022? Life happens and maybe you didn’t get to everything. Do you know one goal that should not […]
What is Legacy Planning?
Perhaps you watch commercials about easy and cheap forms to help you write a last will and testament? Perhaps you consider buying a form you complete as a DIY estate plan. TrustandWill and Legalzoom, to name a few, offer quick, cheap fixes. That old adage, “You get what you pay for,” is a good one […]
Your Estate Plan and Copyrights
Typically, you may think that estate planning only covers real estate, financial accounts, and personal property. However, there is another group of assets to consider: Intellectual Property. Today, let’s look at your estate plan and copyrights. What is Intellectual Property? What is Intellectual Property? Intellectual Property (IP) defines assets covering patents, trademarks, copyright, and trade […]
Estate Planning and Your Trademark
How do you protect your trademark with estate planning? What is the value of a trademark in estate planning?
Intellectual Property and Estate Planning
DIY Last Will and Property Problems
Writing your own Will often leads to misinterpretations and problems. A last will and testament gone wrong cannot be undone or fixed at death.