An insolvent estate adds a layer of complexity to an already emotionally fraught situation. I was recently interviewed by Advocate Daily on this issue.
As society moves toward an online existence, it becomes increasingly important to account for our digital presence in our wills and in estate planning.
5 Easy Ways to Make Sure Your Children, Wishes and Assets Stay Protected Should Something Happen to You
Cornwall and area estate planning lawyer, Michele R. J. Allinotte from Allinotte Law Office Professional Corporation share five simple steps to get your affairs in order this year.
Cornwall and area estate planning lawyer Michele Allinotte of Allinotte Law Office talks about the stories that people need to share about their personal possessions in order to show their loved ones why those items are family heirlooms. Estate planning or making a Will is about more than just the money.
Cornwall and area lawyer, Michele Allinotte, discusses 3 key elements to getting your financial and legal affairs in order for the new year – first, review your Will, second make sure someone can make decisions for you if you cannot by making a Power of Attorney for Property and Personal Care and thirdly, get your financial and legal documents organized.
Cornwall lawyer and real estate lawyer Michele Allinotte tells you what you need to get organized before your sell your home.
Cornwall lawyer Michele Allinotte of Allinotte Law Office Professional Corporation discusses the importance of keeping on top of important financial paperwork.
By Alexis Martin Neely. Reprinted with permission from www.familywealthmatters.com Legal agreements are so boring, aren’t they? And, if you are like most people, you are making a lot of deals in life without documenting those deals. I always give people the benefit of the doubt and trust, so I do it myself. And, I’m a lawyer! That