Many remarrying California individuals fail to timely consider and update existing estate plans to reflect new realities.
It's been quite a year thus far, hasn't it?
Readers will likely be venturing some immediate and varied responses to one estate planning article's spotlighting of "one of the most important decisions you'll make when you're planning your estate."
Arguably, you've got - and perhaps in a literal sense - the best of all worlds if your estate plan contains both U.S.-based assets and foreign accounts/property.
The current health pandemic has obviously upended the lives of millions of American families in material ways.
It is a reality in the estate planning world that many individuals and families delay paying attention to key matters inviting timely input because they simply don't want to think about end-of-life concerns and death.
A recent national media piece on estate planning notes the general angst that many individuals across the country feel these days owing to the current health pandemic.
It’s your family, and unlike any other.
You might be familiar with Jim Cramer from his long-time television presence as an investment commentator or from the many books he has written on that subject.