A trustee of the trust is given legal title to hold and to protect the trust property for the benefit of the beneficiaries. As a result, the person you choose must be someone you can trust – as the position title suggests. Your trustee owes to the trust and to the beneficiaries the following duties:… Read More

Every 2-3 years you should review your Estate Plan.  When your Estate Planning documents were drafted, they were based on the facts, circumstances, and law in existence at that time.  Those facts and circumstance may have changed since you signed them. During the review of your Estate Plan, you should consider the following: (1) changes… Read More

Estate Planning is like an insurance policy for yourself now and an investment in your family for later.  It is also a way for you to have a voice when you need one the most. The moment you turned eighteen, your parents no longer had a say – legally speaking – and you were given… Read More