Many recently divorced individuals are focused on rebuilding their lives independently or with a new partner. Unfortunately, the process typically is not complete once divorce papers are signed. A divorced individual has a few critical estate planning areas to address.
Google recently changed their Inactive Account Management options and expanded features for users to structure as part of their digital estate plan. It is important for users to understand what services and applications are affected when using an internal account feature that a provider offers.
Estates distributing property to beneficiaries on and after July 31, 2015 must follow new federal tax reporting requirements.
Medical advancements and a greater focus on personal health and well-being are contributing to longevity, but how are retirement, elder care, and estate plans meeting the needs of aging individuals?
Observing legal requirements related to the administration of a loved one's estate generally become the focus of the executor and surviving family members following a person's death. Our estate planning attorneys provide an overview of commonly overlooked circumstances that many surviving family members face
A discounted mindset in estate planning often leads to costly consequences. Individuals and couples interested in saving money when creating their wills might resort to online or Do-It-Yourself options. These have consistently proven to be poor planning tools
Many new residents of the Sunshine State continue to own property in their previous home state. If not planned for properly, owning assets in multiple states could trigger probate problems.
Last week, the North Carolina Senate passed House Bill 562, an omnibus pro-gun reform bill which will modify multiple North Carolina gun laws if approved by Governor McCrory.
Aging Americans must navigate many complicated issues; to address this need, the White House recently launched Aging.gov as an information hub to help simplify research for retirees.