Scholarship Planning is a way for individuals to leave a legacy and support deserving students through college or graduate school.  By making a bequest through a will or trust, scholarship sponsors are able to communicate a message about what matters most in their lives, and ensure that his or her intentions are clearly stated and…

Significant life events can motivate individuals to start their estate planning.  Oftentimes, it is when people have children that they start taking the steps to get a will, health care directive and power of attorney.  However, having a will is just as important for individuals who do not have children, but it can easily be…

Even though pets are legally classified as property, they oftentimes mean much more – they are companions, friends and family.  It is not only important to address assets and beneficiaries in your estate plan, but also to address what will happen to your pets should they outlive you. As is true with other aspects of…

It is a common, and unfortunate, belief that Health Care Directives are only necessary for sick, dying, or senior individuals.  However, young people arguably have more at stake.  Young adults who suffer a serious illness or accident could be kept alive, but in a vegetative or incapacitated state, for decades.  In fact, many of the…

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