HOW TO MANAGE YOUR DIGITAL ACCOUNTS AFTER YOUR DEATH PT. 2
If you have preferences about what happens to your digital footprint after your death, you need to take action. Otherwise, your online legacy will be determined for you—and not by you. If you have any online accounts, such as Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Apple, or Amazon, you have a digital legacy, and that legacy is yours to preserve or lose.
How To Manage Your Digital Accounts After Your Death – Pt. 1
Whether you want to preserve your digital footprint or erase it entirely, you need to plan ahead to ensure your wishes are properly carried out. With this in mind, here we’ll discuss how some of the most popular digital platforms handle your account once you log off for the final time. From there, we’ll cover how to include these digital assets in your estate plan to ensure they are properly accounted for, managed, and passed on in the event of your incapacity or death.
3 Critical Considerations For How To Save For Your Child’s or Grandchild’s College Education – Pt 2
3 Critical Considerations In Saving For Your Child’s (or Grandchild’s) Education – Pt 1
4 Essential Strategies For Protecting Your Family’s Assets
Asset protection planning isn’t something you can put off until something happens. Once you are under threat of a lawsuit, it’s likely too late to protect your assets. Like all types of planning, to be effective, you must have your asset protection strategies in place well before something happens. Read on to learn more.
Estate Planning FAQs For LGBTQ+ Couples
As we are about to wrap up another Pride Month, the LGBTQ+ community faces an increasingly uncertain legal landscape. In the wake of the Supreme Court's leaked draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade and end the recognition of a constitutional right to abortion,...
3 Reasons Why Single Folks With No Children Need An Estate Plan
While most adults don’t take estate planning as seriously as they should, if you are single with no children, you might think that there’s really no need for you to worry about creating an estate plan. But this is a huge mistake. In fact, it can be even MORE important to have an estate plan if you are single and childless.
Does Your Family Need Umbrella Insurance?
If you are sued, your traditional homeowners or auto insurance will likely offer you some liability coverage, but those policies only cover you up to a certain dollar amount before they max out, and you can be held personally liable for anything beyond that limit. For this reason, you should consider adding an extra layer of protection by investing in personal liability umbrella insurance.
10 Common Estate Planning Mistakes Your Family Can’t Afford to Make—Part 2
Estate planning is definitely not a one-size-fits-all endeavor. Even if you think your particular situation is simple, that turns out to almost never be the case. To demonstrate just how complicated estate planning can be, last week in part one, we highlighted the first five of 10 of the most common estate-planning mistakes, and here we wrap up the list with the remaining five mistakes.