Last week, my sister-in-law asked my husband and I to be the godparents of her soon-to-be-born daughter.  Of course, we ecstatically agreed!  We excitedly began discussing details surrounding the role we had just accepted – flying to California for the baptism, and future anticipated events – including her eventual wedding.  Needless to say, we are…

Parents will go to any length to ensure the safety, security, health and well-being of their children.  But one thing that parents don’t want to think about is the unthinkable; “What if something happens to us?”  Many of my articles focus on providing for the safety and security through an estate plan, but I also…

I recently had the privilege of working with a husband and wife to complete their estate plan.  The couple was young, with a daughter who had just turned two before they came to meet with me.  Similar to many couples I work with who have children, they explained that it was the birth of their…

Every parent wants to ensure that their children are provided for should something unexpected happen to them while their children are still young.  Oftentimes, relatives wish to leave assets to young children, such as their nieces or grandchildren, as well.  However, good intentions coupled with poor planning often have unintended results. Without a will in…

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