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What you need to know about estate planning for essential workers

Estate Planning for Essential Workers: Finding The Right “Prescription”

By Andre O. McDonald |

To all front-line and “essential” workers: Thank you for all of your hard work – day in and day out (and often evenings, nights, and weekends). You tirelessly give of yourself to care for some of the most vulnerable people in our society. Whether you are caring for them in a hospital, therapy room,… Read More »

6 Steps to Planning for End-of-Life Wishes

6 Steps to Ensuring Your End-of-Life Wishes Are Met

By Andre O. McDonald |

Contemplating our own death is one of the hardest challenges we will ever have to face. Yet, if we want our dying to be meaningful and merciful, it is imperative that we think about it while we still can. Part of doing so involves thinking through our end-of-life wishes.   For most of us,… Read More »

Does your college-bound student have these 2 basic estate planning documents?

2 Basic Estate Planning Documents Every College Student Should Have

By Andre O. McDonald |

If you are preparing to send your son or daughter off to college to pursue higher education, you may be wondering how their first semester of school will go. During this exciting new chapter in your family’s life, the last thing you may be thinking about is estate planning for your college-aged child. While… Read More »

Would your advance directive be readily available in an emergency?

Legal Planning to Address Alzheimer’s Disease

By Andre O. McDonald |

After procrastinating for several years, you decided to engage an estate planning attorney to prepare your estate plan. Now that the plan is completed, where do you store your Advance Directive /Health Care Power of Attorney, Living Will and HIPPA Authorization so that they are available in an emergency? At McDonald Law Firm, we… Read More »

Why an Incapacity Plan is Essential

It’s Not Just About Death and Taxes: The Essential Legal Documents You Need for Incapacity Planning

By Andre O. McDonald |

Comprehensive estate planning is about more than your legacy after death, avoiding probate, and saving on taxes. It must also be about having a plan in place to manage your affairs if you become mentally incapacitated during your lifetime.   What Happens Without an Incapacity Plan? Without a comprehensive incapacity plan in place, a… Read More »

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