Plan for your future today. Learn the specific estate planning documents you need to protect yourself and your loved ones.
What is a power of attorney (POA)?
Power of attorney is essential in the event that you're incapacitated or not physically present to make decisions on your own behalf. Learn more in…
11 simple steps to an estate plan
Getting your estate in order may sound daunting, but it doesn't have to be. Follow these simple steps to get started with building your estate plan.
How do I transfer title of a property from a person to an LLC?
Transferring your real estate holdings to an LLC may limit your personal liability for claims or lawsuits involving the property.
How to talk to your family about estate planning
Want to talk to your parents or grandparents about estate planning, but feel like the topic is taboo? You're not alone. Discussions about estate…
Using a generation skipping trust in your estate plan
Generation-skipping trusts can be handy estate planning tools, especially for those who are looking to save money on estate taxes, but do you need…
Estate planning questions: Should you set up multiple living trusts?
Whether multiple trusts are really better than just one depends on your intended beneficiaries, tax concerns, and overall estate planning goals.
Estate planning statistics to read before writing your will
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated estate planning activity in the U.S. But many Americans still remain without one.
5 myths about wills debunked
Check out five common myths about will-making and why they don’t hold true.
Will vs. living trust: What's best for you?
Whether a living trust is better for you than a will depends on whether the additional options it provides are worth the cost.
11 steps to fund your living trust
Find out the proper way to fund your trust so that it will accomplish your goals, and what assets you should not transfer to your trust.