Raising important estate planning issues with an aging parent can be uncomfortable. Emergency health care plans and death are not exactly fun conversation topics nor are financial inheritance concerns. When approached with care, however, have you considered that elder parents may be far more receptive to discussing these vital issues? Rather than confront them directly and...
Most college kids would rather think about their social lives or academic performance than an estate plan. Have you considered as a parent, however, that failing to secure healthcare estate documents before returning to school in the fall could derail their college experience, or worse? Whether protecting against a random accident or the recent surge in...
Buying real estate of any kind, in any location, requires due diligence and attention to details. Is the location right for you? Is the property being bought for personal use or to generate an income? Adding real property to your portfolio may increase the value of your portfolio. Increasing or decreasing the value of your assets...
Perhaps you spend six months in Connecticut and six months in Florida. You own property in both states, previously were considered a resident of Connecticut, but would like to make Florida your official state of residency. An individual can take a number of steps to establish Florida residency Is Dual Residency Possible? According to federal law,...