A longtime confidant of deceased country crooner Glen Campbell recently received a subpoena ordering him to come into a Davidson County Probate courtroom and testify on Feb. 20. He's slated to be asked about the country crooner's mental fitness at the time he executed his 2006 will.
Estate planning isn't something that you should put off. Even though it really a pleasant thing to think about, it is a necessary thing that you must handle. We can help you to get your estate plan put on paper so that you don't have to worry about what is going to happen to your loved ones if you pass away.
If your New Jersey family cares for a loved one with special needs, you understand the complexities and costs that come with this responsibility. You may worry about what will happen after you are no longer around to take care of your loved one, but there are ways that you can plan for his or her care long into the future. There are specific estate planning tools that could benefit you.
If you are constantly unable to keep up with your monthly monetary obligations, like many others, you could be experiencing the consequences of dealing with the burdens of debt. Overwhelming amounts of debt can leave you in dire financial straits, but with numerous outlets of relief to consider, you may be uncertain how best to proceed.
Almost all adults have heard that they need a will as part of their estate plan. What many adults might not realize is that a will isn't always the end-all-be-all tool to get assets where you want them. Instead, the will is only one tool that you can use.
Baby boomers are getting older and many of them will end up with chronic health issues. There are some interesting lessons that everyone who is younger than this generation can learn from these remarkable individuals. One of the primary lessons that you need to pay attention to is having an estate plan ready.