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Estate Planning for Blended Families
Anyone with children or modest assets should seriously consider some minimal estate planning, but the increasing number of blended families underscores the need for proper estate planning.
Life Insurance can be an affordable way to provide for our children, spouse, a sibling, aging parents and others if we should die while they are depending on us.
Estate Planning for Women
While estate planning is important for everyone, women especially need to understand estate planning and have a plan of their own in place. Here are some issues that are of particular interest to women and their estate planning.
Estate Planning Before You Travel
Before any trip, most of us create a "to-do list" of things we have put off and want to take care of before we leave.
Naming a Guardian
Parents with minor children need to name someone to raise them (a guardian) in the event both parents should die before the child becomes an adult.
Children & Their Inheritance
Not many parents like to talk to their children about their wealth. How much money people have is usually considered a private matter, something it's not polite to talk about.
Estate Planning After Divorce
One area that is often overlooked in the divorce process is the need to update estate planning. Most people would agree that their ex-spouse is the last person they want to inherit their assets when they die - or to have that person make life and death decisions for them.
Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning
With the number of online and do-it-yourself (DIY) legal providers continuing to grow, some of individuals may be wondering if they could do their estate planning themselves.
Estate Planning and Social Media
It wasn't very long ago that we had only paper for financial and tax records.
Philadelphia area Estate Planning and Elder Law attorneys Dahlia Robinson-Ocken offers creative planning in the areas of estate planning, elder law planning, wills, revocable living trusts, long-term care asset protection planning, powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney, guardianships, irrevocable trusts, living wills, estate, probate and trust administration, probate avoidance, asset protection and planning for physicians, tax planning, lawsuit protection planning (including professional malpractice lawsuit protection planning), planning for minor children, faith-based planning, Medicaid planning, Veterans benefits planning and resources, charitable planning and gifting, special needs and disability planning, estate tax planning, business law and succession planning, and Medicaid applications and long-term care crisis planning. Dahlia serves the entire southeastern Pennsylvania and southern and central New Jersey region, including Philadelphia, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Bucks County, Chester County, King of Prussia, Springfield, and Conshohocken in Pennsylvania, as well as Camden County, Gloucester County, Burlington County, and Mercer County in New Jersey.