When we hear the term “estate planning”, one often thinks it is something done by their parents or the elder generation. Also, many contemplate whether planning is even necessary, as they do not believe they have enough in way of assets, or the adage that I am too young for anything to happen to me. Society moves faster every day and it is essential for people of all ages to plan and ensure … [Read more...] about Do Young People Need Estate Planning?
THE ANNAPOLIS SEMINAR IS NOW FULL BUT WE HAVE PLENTY OF SEATS STILL AVAILABLE IN BOWIE, EDGEWATER AND CHESAPEAKE BEACH! Sinclair Prosser Gasior is please to invite you to our upcoming Estate Planning Seminars in September of 2016. To register visit https://www.sinclairprosserlaw.com/seminars/ or call (410) 573-4818 and (301) 970-8080. The presentation establishes the necessary components … [Read more...] about Did you forget to sign up for our FREE Estate Planning Seminars – September 2016
Estate planning may look very simple on its face. At its simplest form, it can consist solely of a traditional last will and testament. But is this enough? Is this the most important thing? A practical approach to estate planning is one that focuses on the client’s goals. Estate planning can include simple powers of attorney, wills, and include revocable living trusts, irrevocable life insurance … [Read more...] about What are Your Most Important Estate Planning Goals?
"What Are Your Most Important Estate Planning Goals?" by Attorney Jon J. Gasior … [Read more...] about What Are Your Most Important Estate Planning Goals? (Audio)
One of the most important aspects of estate planning is what I call “lifetime planning” also known as incapacity planning. That lifetime planning includes incorporating documents into your estate plan to provide decision making power to your loved ones in the event that you are unable to make decisions for yourself. These documents include a revocable living trust in which you name a successor … [Read more...] about How Do My Estate Planning Documents Work In The Event Of My Incapacity?
"How Do My Estate Planning Documents Work In the Event of My Incapacity?" Attorney Jon J. Gasior … [Read more...] about How Do My Estate Planning Documents Work In the Event of My Incapacity?
Our Free Estate Planning seminars are a great information source to familiarize yourself with the necessary components of an effective estate plan. It is delivered as a case study profiling the lives 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 … [Read more...] about Free Estate Planning Seminars in Two Weeks! Register Today!!
"End-of-Life Planning: Estate Planning at its Core" by Attorney Nicole Livingston … [Read more...] about End-of-Life Planning: Estate Planning at its Core (Audio)
When you create an estate plan, you choose people to make decisions for you, such as agents, guardians, executors, or trustees. Often, people do not give much thought to those decisions, just naming their oldest child or whoever pops into their mind. The choices for these roles are perhaps the most important decisions to make. Good choices can help to ensure your wishes are carried out while bad … [Read more...] about Trustee, Executor, Power of Attorney: Who You Choose Can Make a Difference