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How to tell your kids you are divorcing

What you tell your children about your upcoming divorce will depend largely on how old they are. If you have grown up and left home, they can probably cope with a bit more reality than if they are in kindergarten. Regardless of that, there are a few rules that apply...

4 roles you need to fill in your estate plan

The primary thing you might think of when you mention estate planning is the transfer of assets. Yet that is only part of it. Another crucial object of estate planning is to put a team of people in place in case several situations occur. Here are four crucial roles to...

3 solutions for your home in your estate plan

Many people spend a lifetime investing in their homes, making real estate their most valuable asset. You want to use that value for something meaningful when you die, but you are not sure of the best way to achieve that goal. There are numerous possible approaches to...

Tips to help you cope with a California divorce

Divorce is emotional and stressful and may turn your life upside down. While there are many legal issues you must deal with, it’s also important that you take care of yourself. If you have children, this is even more important. Due to the impact that divorce can have...

Important estate planning ideas for a new parent

It’s hard to think about death when you’ve just brought new life into your home, but it’s important to make sure that your new baby’s future is protected.  While no one wants to imagine their child growing up without them, you want to be certain that they will be...

Making sure that your will is valid 

A final will is a crucial part of any estate plan. This document can ensure that your assets are inherited by the people who you want to benefit from them.  When drafting a will, there are a few crucial components to consider. If the following factors are not included...

How to help charitable causes in your estate plan

Over the years, you’ve raised a family and also carried out work in the charity sector. Both of these aspects are extremely important to you, and you’d like your estate plan to reflect this. You know that you can leave assets to your loved ones through a will, trusts...