There is no question that estate planning is often talked about in terms of planning for married couples and families. However, in many ways, estate planning for a single person is more complex than for a married couple. For many married couples, the spouse is the person they trust to make decisions about the disposal of assets and management of medical and financial decisions if they become … [Read more...] about Should I Have An Estate Plan If I’m Single?
In these times of technology and security breaches, our personal privacy is a top concern. If you choose a Last Will and Testament as your estate planning document, or you choose not to create an estate plan at all, and you pass away, do you realize that private, personal information will be revealed to the public? Most people don’t, however that may be exactly what will happen in a process … [Read more...] about Privacy in Estate Planning
Make sure to tune in to WNAV Radio on 1430 AM or 99.9 FM on Tuesday mornings at 8:50 a.m. for YOUR ESTATE MATTERS! The attorneys of Sinclair Prosser Gasior relate cutting edge estate planning information to keep you up to date. The topic tomorrow is "Do I Need an Estate Plan?" by Attorney Brooke Shemer. … [Read more...] about Listen to “Your Estate Matters” tomorrow morning (Tuesday) @ 8:50 a.m. on WNAV Radio
“You may delay, but time will not,” Benjamin Franklin. Everyone knows that they need an estate plan, but few of us do anything about it. In fact, according to a 2007 study, more than 55% of Americans don’t even have a simple Will. And yet, the clock is ticking for all of us. So why don’t more of us actually put together an estate plan? For some, it’s a morbid fear that by thinking about death, … [Read more...] about 10 Essential Estate Planning Facts
"Ten Essential Estate Planning Facts" by Attorney Nicole Livingston … [Read more...] about “Ten Essential Estate Planning Facts” – Audio
Many of the clients I meet with already have a will, trust, and power of attorney. Some have had their plans in place since the 90's or earlier, while others set up their plan only five or ten years ago. Clients often come back to review their estate planning documents, and are encouraged to do so. I like to review an estate plan every five years. Often times, family circumstances have … [Read more...] about Why Should I Have My Estate Plan Reviewed Every Five Years?
Many of you know the name Sinclair Prosser Gasior and have seen our orange flyer through your mailbox or newspaper announcing our free estate planning seminars. Maybe you have read our articles in a magazine, heard us on the radio, or follow us on Facebook. We love referrals and possibly a family member or neighbor has recommended our law firm to you after completing their own estate … [Read more...] about Who Should Attend an Estate Planning Seminar?
The estate planning seminars establishes the necessary components of an effective estate plan. The seminar is presented in a case study format profiling the life of Bill and Mary Jones. Several scenarios are used to relay the impact of estate planning issues relating to probate, disability due to incompetence, protection of government benefits for special needs loved ones, second marriages, … [Read more...] about Resigister TODAY for Free Estate Planning Seminars scheduled for next week!
Make sure to tune in to WNAV Radio on 1430 AM or 99.9 FM on Tuesday mornings at 8:50 a.m. for YOUR ESTATE MATTERS! The attorneys of Sinclair Prosser Gasior relate cutting edge estate planning information to keep you up to date. The topic tomorrow is "Who Should Attend an Estate Planning Seminar?" by Attorney Colleen Sinclair Prosser … [Read more...] about Listen to “Your Estate Matters” tomorrow morning (Tuesday) @ 8:50 a.m. on WNAV Radio
The following article was written by The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, compliments of Attorney Nicole Livingston. Estate Planning To many people, it sounds complicated and foreign, something only the wealthy or the elderly need to worry about. It is often not at the top of the priority list for single people or for young couples. Even parents with young children, who … [Read more...] about Why Everyone Needs an Estate Plan