wills

"What do you want your legacy to your community and your children to be after you’re gone?"
Who will make decisions about your finances and health (maybe even your life) if you get COVID-19?
Paradise isn’t as relaxing as it seems. “Here To Make Friends” hosts Claire Fallon and Emma Gray replay the emotional rollercoaster that was the “Bachelor in Paradise” second week of this season.
Welcome to paradise. “Here To Make Friends” hosts Claire Fallon and Emma Gray bring you all the highs and lows from the premiere episodes of “Bachelor in Paradise,” including the worst liar we’ve ever seen and the revenge plot that failed to deliver.
An inheritance. What shall I do with it? A signature, the date, lipstick sealed. I look at the lipstick. One thinks of good
One family may keep all the contents in a waterproof, fireproof file cabinet or safe to feel confident they have things under
We often don't make time for death, The Great Equalizer. But it WILL find us, ready or not. Spending a few hours now can save others days, weeks and months of heartache, and give you the best kind of life insurance money can't buy: a richer, more fulfilling and radiant life.
Death does not always bring out the best in people.
So, the other day, I felt like a total adult. Like, so adulty, that it made me feel uncomfortable. Why? Well, my hus and I took a long overdue trip to the attorney's office to sign our wills, health care proxies, and other important documents so that we could protect our kids from any additional anguish should the worst case scenario become a reality.
How could a man who fought so hard to re-gain control over his musical legacy not have created a plan for it after he died? How could a man with a philanthropic heart not have cemented his charitable legacy with testamentary gifts? Et tu, Prince?