1. 5 Tips For Keeping Kids Connected With Grandparents During the Pandemic

    While the quarantines, shutdowns, and social distancing measures related to the pandemic have been difficult for everyone, the elderly have been particularly hard hit. Since seniors face the most health risks from COVID-19, most of them have been careful to avoid close contact with their family members, and this has left many grandparents unable to visit with their grandch…Read More

  2. Remarrying in Midlife? Avoid Accidentally Disinheriting Your Loved Ones

    Today, we’re seeing more and more people getting divorced in middle age and beyond. Indeed, the trend of couples getting divorced after age 50 has grown so common, it’s even garnered its own nickname: “gray divorce.” Today, roughly one in four divorces involve those over 50, and divorce rates for this demographic have doubled in the past 30 years, according to the …Read More

  3. Supreme Court Case Could Impact LGBTQ Adoption, But Estate Planning Offers Alternate Options

    A case on the Supreme Court’s docket for October could have a major impact on the parental rights of same-gender couples seeking to adopt or foster children. In February, the high court agreed to hear Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, which deals with whether taxpayer-funded, faith-based foster care and adoption agencies have a Constitutional right to refuse child placemen…Read More

  4. Your “Blended” Family Is Likely Headed to Court Unless You Do This

    If you have a blended family and do not plan for what happens to your assets in the event of your incapacity or eventual death, you are almost certainly guaranteeing hurt feelings, conflict, and maybe even a long, drawn out court battle.   So let’s start with clarity around what a blended family is and whether you have one. If you have stepchildren, or children from a p…Read More