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Monthly Archives: February 2021

why updating your estate plan after a loved one's death is so important

Reviewing and Updating Your Estate Plan after the Death of a Loved One

By Andre O. McDonald |

The death of a loved one is never easy. Regardless of your relationship with the deceased (blood relative, life partner, or close friend), you need space and time to process and grieve your loss. Once you have had time to cope with all that has happened, you should consider updating your estate plan in… Read More »

Naming noncitizens in estate planning documents: what you need to know

Including Noncitizens In Your Estate Planning

By Andre O. McDonald |

With our society becoming increasingly mobile and international travel becoming more affordable than ever before, families and family-like relationships have steadily grown far more diverse in terms of citizenship. It is no longer uncommon for spouses from different countries to retain citizenship in their native countries. Many couples split their time between the United… Read More »

Options for Leaving Real Estate to Loved Ones

A Guide to Leaving Real Estate to Loved Ones (+ Pros and Cons)

By Andre O. McDonald |

Owning real estate continues to be a very popular investment vehicle for individuals and couples alike. One attractive feature of investing in real estate is that investment property can also double as a personal residence. In other cases, real estate investments may be rental, recreational, commercial, or farm properties. Whatever the case, it is… Read More »

Strategies for coping with pandemic uncertainty

Coping With More Days of Pandemic Uncertainty

By Andre O. McDonald |

We have vaccines, however the rollout has been slower than expected. COVID-19 is raging throughout many states. So how do we continue to maintain strong mental health during the next several months after enduring so much already? The human being is hardwired to evaluate risks that can interfere with our wellbeing. However, these evolved… Read More »

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