Home for the Holidays?
The holiday season is officially in full swing. Whatever it is you celebrate this time of year, chances are, family gatherings are on your calendar. Maybe your kids are coming into town for a visit. Maybe you’re packing up to take your own kids to visit their grandparents. Maybe your family is a chosen family that you’ll be spending […]
Thank You, Veterans! (And a special promotion for Veterans this month!)
We’d like to take a minute out of this rainy (at least in Asheville) Monday morning, to say to our Veterans: Thank you for your service. None of us would be where we are today without you. We appreciate the sacrifices you and your families have made. From today through the end of November, we are offering […]
Let’s Talk About Death, Baby.
We’re guessing, but we would bet that the article linked below will feel relevant to a lot of you. With that in mind, we’re starting a series to address concerns and questions about this emotionally-charged topic. In most states within the U.S., there is no “right to die.” In the absence of a living will or […]
New Baby? Expecting? Start the good parenting early by updating your estate plan.
We know. If you’ve got a new baby at home, or one on the way, you have any number of more interesting (err, also cuter and louder) things you could be doing at any time than your estate plan. There’s a really strange dichotomy in preparing for the possibility of your death (or incapacity) while simultaneously nurturing […]
Your Kids Don’t Want Your Stuff (or know what to do with it…)
A recent New York Times article addressed what is a recurring theme in our practice… people don’t know what to do with their stuff. With two parents who recently moved into the equivalent of a tiny house, I feel particularly well-versed in the topic of: “I don’t want your stuff.” From personal experience, and, more importantly, from many years […]