How to Use a Revocable Trust

A revocable trust might also be referred to as an inter vivos trust or a living trust. This is the kind of trust that can be updated at any point in time, meaning that you have greater flexibility over it. You might decide to make changes over who is listed as the beneficiary inside, and… Read More »

Advance Plannin’ Around the Christmas Tree

It’s been nearly sixty years since Bobby Helms first rang through our radios to remind us that the holidays are “the right time to rock the night away.” More than a half-century later, we’re still rockin’ around the Christmas tree to the likes of Helms, Brenda Lee, Chuck Berry, and all the other immortals who… Read More »

Young People Need Estate Planning Too

Tragedy sometimes begets rumination. Forbes columnist Tania Brown recently reflected on the loss of several young lives in the headlines lately and began to wonder what their estate plans might have looked like. Did they even have estate plans at all? View image | gettyimages.com Unfortunately, there is a misconception among American youth that wills… Read More »