Clients often approach us about disinheriting family members. As families sometimes drift apart, so does their desire to share their wealth, even after death. Nevertheless, removing a close family member from your estate is a serious issue that requires careful consideration. Disinheriting the natural objects… Read More »Disinheriting Family Members
Would you readily share your entire browser history with your spouse, parents, or children? If the answer is yes, then congratulations! This article is probably not for you. But if you’d feel at least a bit uneasy, don’t worry – you are not alone. About… Read More »Hide Your Browser History from Your Heirs
Back in the day, purchasing a video game meant going into a store, picking up a colorful box, and installing the software on your computer or inserting the cartridge into your video game system. You could easily give these games away to your kids or… Read More »Do You Lose Your Video Games when You Die?
The time when you could simply give away your photo albums or stamp collection in a will has long passed. Today, most of our creative assets live in cyberspace, scattered across various social media platforms. Naturally, you still can mention your accounts in wills. However,… Read More »What Happens to Your Social Media when You Die?
Generally, it is a good idea to update your estate plan at every major life event, such as pregnancy, marriage, divorce, or major purchases. The U.S. Supreme Court decision of Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization, 597 U.S. ___ (2022) has profoundly shaken up the… Read More »Estate Planning after Dobbs