In honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month – and the more than five million Americans living with the disease – we highlight our Top 7 Celebrity Estates impacted by Alzheimer’s disease…
Preparing an estate plan, is like getting a physical. We know responsible adults have it done but choosing to do it yourself is just not appealing. We may decide with the information available on the internet, we simply can self-diagnose any problems that arise.
When you remarry, you’re not only combining residences with your new spouse, you’re also merging your finances. If you have children, it may involve some financial-related stress.
More than likely, most people may not want to envision a time spent in court, arguing with siblings and other family members, or fighting with financial institutions and health providers to uphold end-of-life wishes and the management of personal assets.
Your will is one of the most important documents you will ever sign. However, to think that over 70% of people don’t even have a will is, indeed, quite frightening.
It is estimated that more than 50 percent of all Americans don’t have a will, and in our Future File business, we have estimated that less than 10 percent of the U.S. population has a complete legacy and wishes planning system.
My father only designated my mom as an agent on power of attorney forms, and they have not been updated in many years. Where do you think we should go from here?