Procrastination is Not a Planning Tool

The number one reason that people die without protecting their assets or their heirs is not that they lack the money to create an estate plan, and it’s not that they don’t know that they need one, or how to create one—It’s procrastination.  Most people who die without an estate plan in place do so… Read More »

Should You Share Your Estate Plan With Your Heirs?

If you have a significant estate to leave to your heirs—but you are still alive and well—to whom does that significant estate belong, you or them? This seems a silly question:   of course the property belongs to you, but many adult children have come to count on the property their parents will leave them, and—rightly… Read More »