ESSENTIAL LEGAL DOCUMENTS FOR YOUR NEWLY ADULT CHILD – Health Care Directives and Powers of Attorney
For most young people, turning 18 is a formative event. It often means graduating from high school, going off to college, and/or starting a career. For parents, it means that their child is no longer a child, figuratively and legally.
1. What is the Spousal Election? We enjoy considerable freedom in choosing who should and should not benefit from our property at death. We can disinherit children and grandchildren and instead benefit charities, friends, or any other individual or organization. However,
A common issue we confront with our business owner clients is a failure to adequately maintain fundamental business records. While the following discusses the importance of maintaining a corporate minute book, the same considerations apply to the governing documents for
Parents of young children often worry about who will take care of their children if the parents die prematurely. Understandably, most parents’ primary concern in this regard is the day-to-day welfare of the children – i.e., who will ensure adequate shelter,
Most of our estate planning clients want the same thing: for their assets to pass to the people they love. For our clients with children, this typically means they ultimately want to benefit their descendants (i.e., their children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren,