There is more to estate planning than disposing of your assets after your death. Planning for your incapacity is just as important. Read on to learn more about how incapacity planning can save you and your loved ones’ anxiety.
Medicaid is a state-federal partnership that provides medical benefit assistance to people who qualify, especially those over 65 years of age. However, in order to qualify, you also need to meet certain financial requirements such as asset limits. However, if you have made “uncompensated transfers,” that could lead to a period of disqualification from the program. Read on to learn more.
In an effort to save time and money, some families may be turning to ‘do-it-yourself’ will kits, but there may be flaws to these estate planning forms.
By the time you near retirement age, there is a possibility that you will have pension plans with companies that are no longer in business. This situation is not all that uncommon, and when this happens you may be confused about just how to collect your benefits. But although it might seem like an impossible […]
When you pass away, your estate will likely go through probate, a legal procedure designed to distribute your assets, settle your debts and dissolve your estate. Unfortunately for your heirs, probate can often be a complicated and costly process. The first thing that will happen after you die is that the probate court must declare […]