Month: May 2014

  • All Heirs Are Not (Always) Created Equally

    Estate planning is not a one-size-fits-all activity.  There is no law that requires all of your potential heirs to inherit equal parts of your estate.  If you have multiple heirs, whether or not you want your children or grandchildren to take equally is a decision you will have to make. There are plenty of reasons […]

  • What does NOT belong in your will.

    A will is a powerful tool that allows a person to provide for the transfer of his or her property at death.  Wills preserve the concept of a persons’ freedom to dispose of his assets as he wishes.  A will is a critical piece of an estate plan.  However, a will cannot do everything. A […]