Tom Brokaw Doesn’t Know Where His Living Will Is. Do You Know Where Yours Is?

Tom Brokaw and his daughter Jennifer appeared at the TEDx Stanford conference, speaking on the subject of end-of-life health care options. Brokaw began the dialogue, framed as a conversation between father and daughter, by asking … [Read more...]

What Type of Baby Boomer are You?

Baby boomers, or those born between 1946 and 1964, make up nearly 30% of the U.S. population. With this group reaching retirement age, new concerns are emerging when it comes to planning for retirement and long-term … [Read more...]

Revocable Transfer on Death Deeds in Virginia — the Good, the Bad, and the Uncertainty.

Elizabeth was taking her daily exercise walk with her friend, Francine, and the topic of "What will happen to my home when I die?" came up. One of Elizabeth's friends' parents recently passed away and the family was going through … [Read more...]

Common Misconceptions about Revocable Trusts

Recently, CNBC posted an article on their Website about the benefits of trusts, entitled “Heir Tight: The Do’s and Don'ts of Creating Rock-Solid Trusts.” The article provides some very good information about why most people should … [Read more...]

Living Trust Plus™ Asset Protection Trust Video Series

The Living Trust Plus™ is a unique solution to a large problem. Evan developed this trust as a means of protecting assets while the creator is still living.  Including the most expensive creditors in existence: nursing homes.  Any … [Read more...]

Free Seminar: Who Will Pay for Your Long-Term Care?

Many people approach estate planning attorneys in order to determine how their assets will be divided among survivors after their death. Unfortunately, a huge number of them skip a step and don’t take the high likelihood of … [Read more...]

How to Avoid Losing Massive Amounts of Money to a Nursing Home

When older adults think of estate planning, many actually have asset protection in mind. What they want is the peace of mind of knowing that the nest egg they’ve been saving for that proverbial “rainy day” will actually be … [Read more...]