Testamentary Trusts:  The Best of Both Worlds

Testamentary Trusts: The Best of Both Worlds

You have several different options when it comes to creating the right estate plan. Some people believe that a revocable living trust is the best way to go, while others think that a last will and testament (commonly known as a will) is best under certain...
What Is a Conservatorship?

What Is a Conservatorship?

A conservatorship is a court-ordered arrangement that gives one person (or multiple people), called a conservator, legal authority to manage the affairs of another person, known as a conservatee or ward. Most jurisdictions—recognize two types of conservatorships: A...
Errors That Make Documents Unenforceable

Errors That Make Documents Unenforceable

Estate planning attorneys help you avoid the following common mistakes in online documents that could make them unenforceable, require a court to interpret them, or lead to fighting among your loved ones: Ambiguity in wording. Ambiguity can lead to disputes and legal...