Today, we’re seeing more and more people getting divorced in middle age and beyond. Indeed, the trend of couples getting divorced after age 50 has grown so common, it’s even garnered its own nickname: “gray divorce.”
In the first part of this series Covid 19 Highlights - Part 1, we discussed the vital importance of having updated advance directives in place in light of COVID-19. Here, we’ll look at several additional provisions you should consider adding to your directives to address potential contingencies related to the pandemic.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the country, doctors across the nation are joining lawyers in urging Americans to create the proper estate planning documents, so medical providers can better coordinate their care should they become hospitalized with the virus.
You've always heard that you should shop around when looking to hire a service. But hiring an attorney based on who has the lowest price can leave your family with a mess, or worse, a plan that doesn't work when you need it. Do I need a POA?
You know you need to get an estate plan in place, but aren't sure what you even need. You imagine you need a will, but what exactly will it do for your loved ones? What is the difference between a will and a trust? This article will discuss which document might be right for you.
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