What Are 5 Components of Estate Planning?

What Are 5 Components of Estate Planning?

The estate planning process might seem daunting at first, but organizing it down to five steps can ensure it stays a simple and doable approach for everyone. While there are many things to consider, the five we will focus on are the will, trusts, power of attorney,...
5 Common Myths About Wills

5 Common Myths About Wills

There are many reasons that someone might put off writing their will, whether because of common myths they have heard or because it marks a time in their life they don’t wish to think about. However, a will is more than just a piece of paper; it is a legal document of...
Should I Write My Contract Myself?

Should I Write My Contract Myself?

There is no real estate transaction that does not require a contract of some kind. Whether that be a purchase, sale, or leasing of a property, there will always be a contract for the buyer, seller, leaser, or landlord to sign. A contract is essential to ensure the...
What Happens if There is no Will?

What Happens if There is no Will?

A will is a legal document to fulfill the testator’s wishes after their passing. While a will is commonplace, there will be a handful of occasions where a will can not be located, or there was not one in the first place. When this happens, it can be challenging to...