Each of us will die eventually. This article looks at how planning can make your passing easier for your loved ones. Specifically, this article will look at the importance of the manner in which assets are left for your loved ones.
Estate Planning addresses many concerns, not just taxes. It can protect beneficiaries from their own creditors, provide divorce and remarriage protection, and protect the benefits of children with special needs. Learn more about how Estate Planning can help protect your beneficiaries by providing privacy and other benefits.
If you are interested in setting up a special needs trust for a disabled loved one, there is no better time than now to consider the pros and cons of doing so. While you can learn quite a bit on your own, one of the best steps you can take is to contact an experienced […]
Unfortunately, the majority of americans fail to have any estate plan in place at all. Of those that do have an estate plan, the living trust plan is gaining popularity. However, not all living trusts are the same. There are many bare-bones living trusts. These trusts barely scrap the surface to an effective estate plan. […]
No. Child support is paid for the benefit of the child, and Wisconsin law does not allow parents to waive support on the child’s behalf. There are good reasons for this. First, financial circumstances change. Today, the parents may both earn similar incomes, and have similar means of supporting a child. But what if a […]