Attention Gen-X and Millennials: estate planning is not just for “old” people. Even Young Adults Should Start Estate Planning.
Don’t think you need to worry about your estate plan because you’re “too young”? Too busy to worry about it because you’re getting ready for college or just starting your career? Without proper planning, your parents won’t be able to see your medical records if you’re in an accident and won’t be able to participate Read More
Have you thought about who will take care of them if you cannot? Have you set up guardianship documents for your kids in case of incapacity? Call us for help, and if you want to read up on this, here is a guide to help get you started. https://www.nytimes.com/article/legal-guardian.html
PRIDE month is coming to a close, but here at Longa Law we are committed to providing LGBTQ estate planning every day. Unfortunately, while recent advancements in equality have expanded protections in some areas, complete legal equality is not guaranteed for all in our society. We help LGBTQ community members ensure that their wishes are Read More
According to a 2019 survey, 57% of adults in the United States have not prepared any estate planning documents, such as a will or trust, despite the fact that 76% viewed them as important. Many believed mistakenly that it was not necessary because they did not have many assets. Estate Planning is not just for Read More
Last week I gave a presentation to a room of thirty folks at the Hale Senior Activity Center in Dunedin, Florida, and not a single person in the room knew what the SECURE Act is. Here is a brief look at the SECURE Act and who it effects. The SECURE Act took effect on January Read More
Last Friday, I helped one of my good friends complete her and her husband’s estate plan, and they finally signed the finished documents on a beautiful afternoon at her condo on the ocean. The process was difficult for her. Not because she had much to do; I did the hard work for her. But she Read More
When choosing a guardian for your child, consider important issues such as: Is the proposed guardian willing and able to serve? Does the proposed guardian share a similar child-rearing philosophy? What are the proposed guardian’s religious, educational, social or moral views? How old are they? Grandparents may not always be the best choice, so think Read More