Can you sense it?
Don’t exactly relish broaching the topic of estate planning with one or both of your parents?
Kudos to any couple that has the foresight to execute a well-considered estate plan during marriage, especially married partners with children. Despite their best intentions, many spouses don’t get around to crafting a strategy that addresses life’s core concerns and safeguards against the downsides.
If all lawyers in a select practice area were the same, choosing legal counsel would hardly be a chore, would it? An individual or family seeking assistance would merely need to highlight the first name on a list and pick up the phone.
It’s quite likely that most divorcing California residents will want to secure help from an experienced family law attorney. After all, there is often a lot to think about and manage when a marriage comes to an end, ranging from child-centric matters (e.g., custody and support) to marital asset distribution.
Many people feel justifiably proud -- as well as relieved – following their completion of a sound and comprehensive estate plan.
We spotlighted the ABLE program in our previous blog post. We noted in our December 11 entry that this federal government initiative can provide valuable benefits for disabled individuals and their families.
First of all, let’s get that ABLE acronym straight.
We alluded to year-end resolutions in our immediately preceding blog post, noting in our November 27 entry that many good-faith planners resolutely try "to stay on top of important things in life."