November 3, 2019 Robert White

None people truly like the idea of taking a seat and preparing for our death, yet as the old saying goes “the only things that are specific in life are death and taxes. Surprisingly, the 2 go hand in hand in most cases. If you do not plan for your death, your estate will likely owe more taxes than had you put in the time to plan ahead.In spite of all the cautions and guidance about the importance of planning for our death, the bulk of Americans still fail to do so. So why is it so important to prepare…

November 1, 2019 Robert White

If your kids are minors and/or you want to safeguard the properties that go to your kids from financial institutions and separating partners, you need trust planning. As a single parent, there is no back up if you end up being incapacitated or die. A strong, detailed, and updated trust-based estate plan needs to be in location to secure your kids.A trust-based plan keeps you in control and avoids court disturbance so it’s you that chooses who cares for your children when you can not, not the court. In conjunction with a trust, powers of lawyer, very first responder permissions,…