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Don’t leave things to chance - start estate planning now

Drafting a will is a task you should tackle sooner rather than later. While we all hope to live to a ripe old age, the reality is that none of us know what tomorrow will bring. In a split second, your entire life can change or even come to an end. If you do not already have a will in place, it is vital that you take steps as soon as possible to remedy the situation.

You can make your divorce easier with these tips

There is no way around it, divorce is hard. It takes both an emotional toll and a physical one. Between dividing up marital property, such as your home in Littleton, and working out a parenting plan for the kids, it may seem like you are facing one battle after another. In addition, you also have to deal with starting over while knowing that he is, too.

Protecting your privacy during a high-asset divorce

When you and your spouse realize that it's time for a divorce, the process is always difficult to navigate. Even in the best circumstances, divorce is an emotional matter, and often draws the interest of your personal and professional community. This is especially true if your divorce is particularly complex.

Estate planning can protect your legacy

If you are in your twenties or even early thirties, you may think you are far from a place where you need to start estate planning. The reality is that estate planning is not just for people over 50 or those who are in the financial one percent. The earlier you start the process, the easier it will be for you to make adjustments as your wealth builds.

A few things to know before you head for divorce

Divorce is usually a very complicated process that leaves you emotionally stressed and sometimes in a financial bind. While in the middle of proceedings, people often look back and think "I wish I had known this or that at the beginning. Not that knowing these things would have resulted in the marriage lasting, but because they would have been better prepared for the challenges along the way.

Your autistic child requires careful estate and trust planning

Parents typically want to provide for a comfortable and safe future for their children. This is often a significant factor in why individuals create an estate plan or last will well before they expect to pass on. That way, in case of a sudden medical event or accident, your family will be protected.

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