Interesting Stats About Millennials and Estate Planning

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Interesting Stats About Millennials and Estate Planning

By now, a majority of millennials are in their 30s, with some approaching their 40s. This means they may be achieving a certain level of financial stability and starting a family A majority of millennials do not yet have an estate plan in place. But the number of individuals in this generation who establish crucial […]

Tips for Disinheriting an Heir from Your Will

There are some situations in which a parent may wish to disinherit a child from their will. This is not a decision people make lightly—it can be quite painful to essentially cut a child out of their possible inheritance. If you decide to do so, it is important you do it correctly—you must expressly disinherit […]

Negotiating Your Will When Stepchildren are a Factor

In some situations, drafting a will can be a complex matter, especially if you have a large and extended family and many people you would like to name as beneficiaries. If you have stepchildren, you may wish to dictate exactly how your assets and property will be distributed to these individuals upon your passing. Occasionally, […]