Your digital assets have a life of their own. I frequently hear stories from family members about the challenges of dealing with a loved one's: computer (no access code) social media accounts ongoing online bank accounts other digital assets (music, videos, email, pictures, etc.). Include digital assets in your estate plan. Make things easier for … Continue reading Your Digital Assets Have a Life of Their Own
In a few days, Baltimore will be abuzz with people from all over the nation. They will be in a conversation that you should be a part of. Answer a few quick questions to find out what this conversation has to do with you: Do you work for a nonprofit (leader, employee, volunteer)? Are you … Continue reading Why You Should Not Wait Another Day to Join this Conversation
One of the frequent questions I get is - “when is the best time to get an estate plan?” How do I answer this question - that depends. Most often the answer I give is what you’ll read below: When all is well with you - that’s the best (ideal) time to get your estate … Continue reading When’s the Best Time to Get an Estate Plan?
If you are like many cell phone users today, your phone is seemingly glued to your hand. In fact, as I write this article, I'm doing so from my phone. Yes, smartphones are wonderful in many ways. They allow us to keep in touch with family, work and our other interests. What have you … Continue reading Have you Changed the Default Settings on Your Smartphone, What About Your Estate Plan?