Are Prenuptial Agreements the New Selfie?

September 2017

According to a recent study, the millennial generation cares about more than just social media; they care about prenuptial agreements too. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers found that 51% of attorney surveyed have seen an increase in the number of millennials requesting prenuptial agreements. “Couples are getting married at later ages these days and… Read more >

Estate Planning for College Students

August 2017

As college students pack their boxes and cars to head off to a new and exciting year, they are likely thinking about their class load, which sorority/fraternity to rush, and what their plans are for fall break. One thing they are most likely NOT thinking about is estate planning. However, over the years, we have… Read more >

The Trouble with Online Estate Plans

August 2017

In this day and age, many people choose to turn to Google for medical, business, and even legal advice. This “advice” can even take the shape of legal documents and blank legal forms, including estate planning forms. The problem with online estate planning forms? They do not consider your needs and your desires. You may… Read more >

What If I Don’t Have A Will?

August 2017

Many people assume that if they pass away without a will, the state will get their assets. In reality, if you pass away without a will, the laws of intestacy will control the disposition of your estate. The laws of intestacy are the laws that determine who is entitled to your property under state-specific distribution… Read more >

Guardianship and Estate Planning

July 2017

When parents begin the process of estate planning, the tough question of “who should for my child/children if anything were to happen to me?” Usually, this question of guardianship is what prompts parents to look into estate planning in the first place. A guardian is a court appointed representative who has the legal authority to… Read more >