Estate Planning Tips for the Sandwich Generation

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Estate Planning Tips for the Sandwich Generation

If you are part of the “sandwich generation”—people with both aging parents and minor children of their own—it may be time to consider you and your parents’ estate plans. Many middle-aged adults are putting their own retirement needs aside to care for their aging parents. Sitting down to discuss your parents’ long-term care needs and […]

The Benefits of an Open Dialog About Estate Planning

Estate planning is a difficult topic of conversation to broach. No one likes to think about their own mortality and it can be difficult for family members to grapple with the idea of losing a loved one. However, it is far more advantageous to have an open dialog about estate planning issues than to procrastinate […]

Tips for Discussing Your Estate Plan With Your Family

While it can be difficult to spend time thinking about your own mortality, it can be extremely helpful and even freeing to discuss your estate plan and end-of-life wishes with your family. Sharing your intentions in advance can help you to prevent arguments from happening after your death. It might be particularly beneficial if you […]