Apple recently introduced its new Digital Legacy service. While Google, Facebook, and others have had policies in place for a few years to address what happens when a user passes away, Apple previously provided no recourse to grieving loved ones who … [Read more...] about How Can Loved Ones Access Your Apple Devices When You Die? Is the New Digital Legacy Service the Answer?
If you were to get together with an old college friend that became an estate planning lawyer, what questions would you have about the planning process? You would definitely come away with a renewed understanding, and we will share a fictional … [Read more...] about A One-on-One Conversation With an Estate Planning Lawyer
A lot of people procrastinate for a considerable amount of time before they put an estate plan in place. Going forward, many do not take action to make revisions as things change because a new cycle of procrastination takes hold. This phenomenon … [Read more...] about Your Estate Plan Should Be Updated Along the Way
According to Caring.com, less than 30 percent of millennials have estate plans in place. You may say this makes perfect sense because millennials are between 25 and 40 years of age, and people simply do not pass away when they are this … [Read more...] about Yes, Estate Planning Is Important for Millennials
A lot of people who know they should put estate plans in place procrastinate because they don’t know where to begin. This is understandable to some extent, and with this in mind, we are going to share three tips that should help you get … [Read more...] about Three Key Estate Planning Tips
The acronym HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. In this post, we will explain why this piece of legislation is something to take into consideration when you are planning your estate. Advance Directives … [Read more...] about What Is a HIPAA Release?