Estate planning documents are essential if you wish to protect your assets & loved ones. It includes Advance Healthcare Directives, Power of Attorney, Maryland Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (MOLST), Trusts, Last Will & Testament, and Special Needs Planning.
Planning for a future after you die is never fun, but it is one of the best ways we can protect and help the ones we love. Selecting the correct beneficiaries of your estate is a task nobody relishes, but it is nonetheless important.
Reverse mortgages can be a useful tool. However, like most loans, a reverse mortgage is not a perfect product and should not be entered into until all of the factors, risks, etc. have been examined and explained to the borrower.
While experts have and will continue to debate the benefits and costs of the 2017 tax reform for consumers, one clear benefit is the expansion of benefits from the use of a 529 Education Savings Account.
Failing to have a Will or a Trust highlights misconceptions that continue to exist about Elder and Estate Law. Planning for the future now will provide priceless comfort and security for your loved ones after your death.