As we have often said before, a will is a living document and should be consistently updated to best reflect the life circumstances of the person to whom it refers. The changing financial circumstances of an individual means that their end of life wishes for assets, minor children or other situations are often in flux. … Continue reading Estate Planning: A Work In Progress
No longer just the domain of the rich and powerful, prenuptial agreements are quickly being utilized by the average American at the time of marriage to protect their assets in the event of a separation down the road. While it’s not the most exciting part of planning for a wedding and can sometimes seem to … Continue reading Pennsylvania Prenuptial Agreements
As you prepare for your estate planning procedures, you’ll know about creating a will of course, but one additional and often-overlooked tool for your financial future involves creating a trust, used to distribute your property as well as perform other tasks. Here is some basic information on this vital estate planning process, as well as … Continue reading Understanding More: Creating a Trust
In today’s day and age, there is a far greater likelihood that many couples will live together before getting married and many will choose not to officially tie the knot at all. It is becoming more socially acceptable, and is often considered easier than going through all of the official ties associated with marriage. However, … Continue reading Do Unmarried Couples Have Property Rights?