Wills and estate planning
3 ways to utilize your life insurance policy for terminal illness
If you or someone you love is facing a terminal illness or serious disability, the following are three things you may be able to do with your life insurance policy.
Choosing a life insurance beneficiary
You have options when choosing a beneficiary for your life insurance benefit - an individual or entity - as long as there is an insurable interest.
Donating to charity in your last will and testament
There are three ways to give to charity when you die: a fixed sum, a named item or a percentage of assets after beneficiaries have been taken care of.
Estate planning basics: The importance of updating your beneficiaries
It is important to keep beneficiary designations updated. A variety of life changes may impact who you need to have as your beneficiary.
Learn how to write a will with 3 examples
You know having a will is important in order to distribute your assets as you wish, but how do you start writing one? Refer to one of the websites listed below or use a skilled estate planning attorney.
Life insurance claims: Locating a life insurance policy after the death of a loved one
Even if your loved one didn’t leave their documents in order, you can begin tracking policies with information in this article.
Power of Attorney document: What does it do?
During the estate planning process, you will face many critical decisions that will impact the futures of your loved ones. A power of attorney helps to manage your affairs if you are unable to.