Having a Plan

Many of my clients are reaching out to me to say how they are more confident than ever in the estate planning we did together. There is a more heightened sense of “do I have my affairs in order, is there anything else I should be doing in case I get sick or worse”. Having … Read more

5 Estate Planning Tips for the Non-Traditional Family

If you are in a relationship, but not married, been married more than once, have children by more than one partner, or have beneficiaries who cannot manage funds for one reason or another, then it’s more important that you do estate planning and your planning cannot be a one size fits all strategy.

New Tax Proposals Mean Some Should Review Their Estate Plans

New Tax Proposals Mean Some Should Review Their Estate Plans

A number of tax proposals being considered in Congress could significantly affect gifting and estate plans for those with larger estates — over $3.5 million. If you’re in that category, you might want to meet with your estate planner to take advantage of gifting opportunities that are available under the current law

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