Estate Planning

6 Steps to Protecting Your Wealth During Divorce

A divorce is one of the most difficult transitions you can go through. When you add uncertainty about money, that transition can get even more stressful. Here are six steps to help keep your finances intact during—and after—a divorce: Step 1. Assess your finances and make a budget As divorce proceedings get underway, take stock…

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Be Prepared: 7 Estate Planning Tips

No financial plan is complete without an estate plan. Estate planning covers all aspects of your life, from creating your will to planning medical decisions. Due to the complex and emotional nature of estate planning, many people avoid creating or updating their estate plan. Though this is understandable, estate planning is an important part of…

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The 5 Phases of Pre-Retirement

Retirement is one of the most important life events you will experience, and getting it right takes wise planning. With a sound intellectual framework, and some assistance from a qualified professional, you can ensure that you are ready to retire when the day comes. Click here to read our latest blog post, The 5 Phases…

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8 Key Life Events that Require Financial Guidance

Almost everyone stresses over the daily obligations of financial planning, but many also neglect the significant life stages that require special attention and strategies. Here are eight key life events that could benefit from professional financial guidance. 1. Graduating from College College graduation marks the first major transition into adulthood. The progression from school to…

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4 Financial Resolutions to Kick-Off 2018

You’ll Thank Yourself a Year from Now! With New Year’s right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to make resolutions before the calendar flips to January 1st. The 7th Annual New Year’s Resolution Survey found that many resolutions made last year were focused on faith, family, and personal wellness. Unfortunately, financial stability trailed far…

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Your Estate Planning Questions Answered

Estate planning isn’t only for the wealthy. Whether your assets include real estate, investments, personal belongings, insurance, etc., it’s important to detail the distribution of those assets after your passing with an estate plan. In this Forbes article, our co-founder answers important estate planning questions.

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