While it is not legally required, it is generally advisable to have a will ready to protect your assets and your loved ones. A will outlines what happens to your belongings and properties if anything happens to you. It is an essential part of estate planning and if...
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Month: February 2023
5 essential documents for your estate plan
Estate planning is already taking one step toward protecting your loved ones in the event that something happens to you. You would want everything to go according to plan to save your family from unnecessary stress and burden. With that said, it is important to have a...
Hidden assets complicate property division
In many marriages, there is a bifurcation of responsibilities. And, in most marriages, one of the spouses handles most, if not all, of the financial responsibilities, even if both spouses work. And, that spouse may not be the primary breadwinner. In the Juneau,...