Estate planning is an important part of life. It ensures your loved ones are cared for after your passing and will also make sure that your wishes are carried out, even when you are no longer here. Estate planning is essentially a final gift you can give to your friends and family. If you have […]Continue reading

Trust Lawyer A living trust is defined as being a legal document, or trust, that is created during a person’s lifetime (trustor) where a designated person (trustee) is given responsibility for managing the trustor’s assets for the benefit of eventually becoming beneficiary.  A living trust has been designed to allow for a seamless transfer of […]Continue reading

Ways a Will Executor May Abuse Their Role We entrust executors with their authority to handle an estate and communicate with loved ones. Putting faith into someone to manage what you have built over a lifetime isn’t easy, so it’s important to choose a person who will always have your best interests at mind and […]Continue reading

You are going through a nasty divorce and have been faced with the task of responding to your current spouse who wishes to divorce you. This does not make you happy, however, your statement or response is necessary to complete this task. If you are too difficult, you may be served with a subpoena. No […]Continue reading

Designing an estate plan can be a delicate balancing act. On the one hand, you want to preserve as much wealth as possible for your family by protecting it from estate taxes and creditors’ claims. On the other hand, you want to have some control over your assets during your life. Unfortunately, these two goals […]Continue reading

Foreclosure Lawyer When foreclosure proceedings start, it is important to have an experienced lawyer on your side. If you’re like most people, you may not know where to turn or what to do. A foreclosure lawyer will help guide you through the process and protect your interests. By working with The Law Offices of Neil […]Continue reading

One famous limitation of the right to contract is the unenforceability of an illegal contractual promise. Even if parties fulfill all other necessary conditions to form a valid contract, the illegality of a promise, especially if the illegal promise can cause significant harm to the public, is frequently an accepted excuse for nonperformance of a […]Continue reading

Pour Over Will: What Is It And How Does It Work?  Pour over wills are often used in an estate plan that features a revocable living trust. Understanding what a pour over will can help you understand if you want to include this device in your estate plan. A pour over will often play a […]Continue reading

If you’ve worked a lifetime to build a large estate, you undoubtedly would like to leave a lasting legacy to your children and future generations. Educating your children about saving, investing and other money management skills can help keep your legacy alive. Teaching Techniques There’s no one right way to teach your children about money. […]Continue reading