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When Should I Get a Will Done?

You don’t need to wait until you’re older to get a will. There are several life stages where it is a good idea to get one done.

My Divorce is Complete, Now What?

Once your divorce is complete, the bulk of your involvement with the legal system should be over.

What’s the Difference Between a Will, Power of Attorney and a Personal Directive and Why Do I Need Them?

Everyone knows that having a will is an important part of planning for your future but what about a power of attorney or personal directive?

Title Matters - How Registering your Title Can Affect your Estate Plan

Buying a new home with your partner or spouse? Purchasing a house with friends as an investment? Have you ever considered what would happen to your share of the property if something were to happen to you or your relationship?

Things change. Life changes. Is your Will up to date?

Things change. The need to update your Last Will and Testament comes more often than people believe. For most, many years go by without updating their Will or they ultimately never revise it based on their true and current intentions. Then what?

How does a separation affect your will?

Let’s say you have a Will in place. You named your spouse as a beneficiary and perhaps your young children as secondary beneficiaries, just in case something were to happen to you and your spouse.

Where There is a Will – There is a Way.

“It is on my TO-DO list!”. We have all made this excuse. However, putting together an estate plan including a Last Will and Testament should be at the top of that list.