Category Archives: Estate Planning

Estate Planning After Divorce: Ensuring Your Legacy Reflects Your New Life

Learn why updating your estate plan after divorce is crucial. Discover the importance of reflecting new beneficiaries with Daley Zucker's guidance.

Understanding the Different Types of Power of Attorney

Through a power of attorney (POA), you can let your lawyer execute the necessary actions and make critical decisions for you.

A Guide to Creating an Advance Directive

An advance directive is a document that states your health care wishes if you cannot decide for yourself. Learn how to create an advance directive from Daley Zucker.

Are Millennials Too Young to Have a Will?

A Will is important for every adult to have. In fact, as soon as you turn 18 you should be thinking about putting a plan in place and writing your Will.

5 Estate Planning Terms You Should Be Familiar With

As you begin preparing for your later years to ensure financial stability for your family, it’s important to learn these 5 estate planning terms.

What Estate Planning Documents Do I Need?

To ensure all your assets are transferred to your heirs without issues, you should have a carefully constructed estate plan. Find out what documents you need here.

Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Ensure everything you’ve worked for will go where you want it by following these 5 common estate planning mistakes when creating your estate plan.

Are Verbal Contracts Enforceable?

Given that there are many complexities involved in verbal contracts, it pays to learn more about these contracts and how you should manage them.

What is Elder Law and What Does it Cover?

Estate planning can be difficult because it forces you to consider the worst. Estate Planning may also require you to establish parameters and expectations with other loved ones or heirs and help surviving family members and executors be mindful of [...Read More]

At What Age Should You Start to Think About Estate Planning?

Estates fall under elder law, so they are by association meant for later in life. However, you should start planning earlier than you think. Find out more from Daley Zucker.