Category: Resources

February 11, 2021

Your 40s are a hidden gem because of the stability you enjoy in your career and social life. During this era, many people often may experience positive, long-term changes to their financial and family […]

January 26, 2021

Sometimes the greatest gift you can give someone doesn’t come with a price tag. Planning your after-death communication costs only your time and emotional energy, yet the delight it will bring your loved ones […]

January 14, 2021

Wills are often associated with wealthy elderly individuals, but there are several reasons why you should establish one sooner no matter your income or possessions. Here are some guidelines to use when trying to […]

November 12, 2020

Our 30s bring many great opportunities, such as better jobs and salary, marriage, and the addition of children and pets. With so many potential changes, this period is the perfect time to start considering […]

November 6, 2020

With origins dating back thousands of years to ancient Judaism, an ethical will is an intimate document containing your personal legacy. It’s designed with your friends and family in mind, and it’s usually shared […]

July 2, 2020

Guest Article Written by Christina Brengel of the Law Office of Christina Stroyick Brengel There is much talk, and sometimes confusion, about wills and trusts.  People are often left with many questions.  Which is […]

June 25, 2020

While we know how challenging losing a loved one can be on its own, if you’re the one managing and organizing their affairs, it can be even more emotionally taxing. To simplify this process, […]

May 25, 2020

The phrase “Get your affairs in order” immediately conjures up images of a doctor diagnosing you or a close family member with a terminal illness. As uncomfortable as that conversation is, health care professionals […]

May 24, 2020

According to research by The Conversation Project, 90% of Americans want to talk to their family members about what happens when they die. This makes sense, as we’re a country of independent people who […]

May 23, 2020

We get it: no one really wants to think about death and dying. Imagining your own passing or that of a partner, parent, or even child is unpleasant. However, the result of ignoring this […]