Estate Planning for College Students
While your 18-year-old may still be a child to you, remember that he or she is now legally an adult. You will no longer be able to make your child’s health care decisions on their behalf. And as parents, you also cannot act on your child’s behalf in financial transactions.
Estate Planning When a Family Member Has a Substance Abuse Issue
Estate planning for a loved one who is an addict is difficult and complex and you need help from someone who is experienced in creating a plan to not only transfer wealth from one generation to another, but also address the unique issues of your family.