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Monthly Archives: May 2023

What do do with a loved one's digital footprint after they pass

Handling a Loved One’s Digital Footprint After They Die

By Andre O. McDonald |

Most adults have not made a will, let alone created an estate plan addressing their online profiles and accounts (aka their digital footprint). As your online presence grows professionally and personally, taking charge of your digital assets and plans for them after you die becomes important. Some social media companies like Facebook, Instagram, and… Read More »

The importance of estate planning for single parents

Are You Single with a Minor Child? If So, You Need a Plan

By Andre O. McDonald |

You have a minor child who depends on you for their survival, so you need to make sure that they will be cared for if you are ever unable to care for them. Estate planning for single parents is critical so you can address your minor child’s care and custody and provide instructions about… Read More »

Why a joint trust may not be the best option for an unmarried couple

Why Can’t We Have a Joint Trust If We Are Not Married?

By Andre O. McDonald |

Joint trusts are beneficial for many married couples, especially if they have a stable relationship, do not have many creditors, and do not live in a state where their estate may be subject to a state death tax. Compared to a separate trust, a joint trust is easier to fund, allow the surviving spouse… Read More »

The importance of estate planning for mental health

Mental Health Awareness Month: How an Estate Plan Can Help Improve Anxiety

By Andre O. McDonald |
5 things you should know about adding a limited liability company to your estate plan

5 Things to Know Before Including a Limited Liability Company in Your Estate Plan

By Andre O. McDonald |

When it comes to protecting your hard-earned money and property, it is important that you have the right plan, which can include a number of tools for your unique situation. One tool that might benefit you is a limited liability company (LLC) that owns some of your accounts and property. What is a limited… Read More »

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