In this Elder Law Minute video series on Common Estate Planning Mistakes, Wes Coulson gives insights into the pitfalls people may land in when estate planning and offers advice on how to avoid these common mistakes.
We live in a digital age. Our bank accounts; investment accounts; credit card accounts; accounts with Amazon, Joss & Main and all the other online stores, have digital access and passwords. And, if you haven’t planned for your digital assets and your passwords, there’s a hole in your estate … [Read More ...]
There are various reasons a person may choose to disinherit a child from their estate. Maybe they no longer have an association with the child. Or, maybe the child doesn't need an inheritance and, maybe, another child does. Choosing to disinherit a child is a personal choice that many families may, … [Read More ...]
Common Estate Planning Mistake #19: Failing to change beneficiary designations after death of spouse
After the death of a spouse, or even after a divorce, it's important to look at and update, if necessary, any beneficiary designations you may have. Too often we see people lulled into a false sense of security by thinking their Will, which may very well cover what happens when each spouse dies … [Read More ...]
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