Everyone Can Benefit From a Power of Attorney

Estate planning is best known for outlining your wishes or distributing assets after death. However, it also includes planning for a potential incapacity or disability during your lifetime. One of the most underrated estate planning tools is a power of attorney (POA). Whether you’re facing temporary incapacity or require long-term care, a POA can provide the person of your choosing … Read More

Why You Should Designate Beneficiaries

A crucial, yet often overlooked, component of estate planning is reviewing assets, such as 401(k)s, pensions, and savings accounts, and ensuring you have listed a beneficiary for each of these.