Why a Will is Necessary

Why a Will is Necessary

A Caring.com wills survey shows the number of Americans with a will has had a minimal increase of only 2.5 percent over the past year. Overall, the percentage of those with a will continues to decline, 33 percent in 2021 versus 42 percent in 2017. The COVID-19...
Dementia Affects the Famous Too

Dementia Affects the Famous Too

The wildlife expert, author, guest TV personality, and TV producer- Jack Hanna is retiring from work and public life because he has dementia. Known as “Jungle” Jack, he left the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, where he served as director, then director...
Why You Need a Trust

Why You Need a Trust

Here’s the basic idea behind trusts, to help you understand why you might or might not need one. What is a Trust? Think of a trust like a treasure chest. You originally bought property or earned money in your own name. You then transfer those assets into the trust’s...
Why Having a Living Will is Important

Why Having a Living Will is Important

A living will is an essential document that lays out your preferences for life-sustaining medical treatment.  It is often accompanied by a health-care proxy or power of attorney, which allows someone to make treatment decisions for you if you are incapacitated...