5 Things You Should Know About a Durable Power of Attorney

As we get older, our ability to manage our financial affairs on our own can get difficult. We forget critical information, such as account numbers, usernames, and passwords, and that can lead to frustration. That’s why you should plan for every contingency, which is where a Durable Power of Attorney comes in. You may be […]

To Trust, or Not to Trust. That is the Question

Over the Thanksgiving holiday I was talking with my brother Troy, and because he knows that I am an estates attorney, the topic of trusts came up. “Do I need a trust?” he asked. I cracked a smile, stroked my chin, and then replied, “That depends.” Ah, the “That depends” phrase. We say it often […]