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October 2018 Archives

3 tips as parents head toward divorce

The end of any relationship comes with its fair share of hardships and challenges. Dealing with these challenges becomes that much more difficult with others closely involved, particularly children. If you and your spouse are looking to divorce in Indiana, consider how you will handle this transition with the children.

Understand the importance of your estate plan

When you're first looking into planning for your future, one of the things you may want to get more information on is estate planning. When you begin to gather assets, start a family and grow older, having an estate plan in place is a good way to protect everything you've done in your life.

What are your responsibilities as executor for your parent’s?

Have you been named to be the executor of your parents will and don’t know exactly what you are supposed to do? The simple answer to what your responsibilities are as an executor is, you have been entrusted to carry out the last wishes of your parents. In the role of executor, you will have to demonstrate both administrative and emotional aptitude. Maybe the most important thing to remember is your parents have put their faith in you and your abilities to handle this responsibility.

Man connected to gas-station employee's death in Indianapolis

Personal injuries sometimes lead to wrongful deaths, and for families dealing with the loss of a loved one, it's important to bring the responsible party to justice. When someone flees the scene of an incident that leads to death, that individual may be charged with murder, a hit-and-run or face other penalties. In the following case, a man may end up with a conviction for murder as a result of his alleged actions.

What are 3 steps to begin planning your estate?

If you have not yet started to plan for your estate's transfer to your heirs, there has never been a better time than now to begin estate planning. With every estate plan, having a will is also important. Both of these documents are legally binding and can help protect your beneficiaries and heirs upon your death. In the meantime, your estate plan can help you protect the assets you worked so hard for.

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