As the executor of an estate, you have an obligation to follow the instructions and wishes of the deceased. Most executors recognize that they need to protect assets from creditor claims and do their best to make sure that they distribute items as requested by the...
Caring For You In The Long Term
Month: August 2020
Update your estate plan if you get divorced
If you already have an estate plan, that’s excellent. Most people do not, so you’re ahead of the game. You’re prepared for the unexpected, and you know your family will be taken care of. However, don’t make the mistake of assuming that your estate plan is now set for...
What is a medical power of attorney?
Generally speaking, no one can make medical decisions for someone other than the person themself. There is the obvious exception of children, as parents are allowed to make choices for them when they are minors. Adults, however, hold the key to their own medical...