Protecting Your Family's and Business's Assets

Protect Your Family and Business Assets

Can you bubble-wrap your assets to protect them? This is bulky, cumbersome, and just not realistic. However, there are other ways to be proactive and protect what is most important to you and your business from being sued. What if you are a small-business owner and someone falls and gets injured at YOUR place of business? They could try to sue you professionally and …

How Divorce can Effect Your Estate Plan

How Divorce Can Affect Your Estate Plan

A divorce can be an overwhelming experience that impacts every facet of your life. Your estate plan might not be at the forefront of your mind, but a divorce will affect it. Many people forget to update their plan or put it off until it’s too late. Failing to update your plan for divorce can have several potentially tragic consequences. …

Yolofsky Family

The Importance To You and Your Family of Having an Estate Plan

In 2008, Congress passed House Resolution 1499 which recognized the need for the public to understand the importance and benefits of estate planning and designated the third week of October as National Estate Planning Awareness Week. Notably, this Resolution passed without objection on the bipartisan sponsorship of 50 representatives.  Nevertheless, according to a 2021 survey conducted by Caring.com, only 33 …

Invest In Yourself

Invest In Yourself

What is the best investment you have ever made? It could have been stock options in a company, an NFT, an investment property, or a collectible item. As entrepreneurs, we think the most valuable investment you could make is to invest in yourself.  The return on your investment (ROI) of yourself will help you to enjoy the profits now as well …

Estate Planning from your Phone

Estate Planning from Your Phone

That phone in our pockets could launch any of us to the moon. The days of maybe having a phone and a computer have evolved to having a computer in our phone that fits in the palm of our hand. Computing power has increased exponentially. Indeed, a rough estimate puts a single phone’s computing power to be about 250 million …

5 Ways That Your Estate Plan Can Fail

Planning a vacation is fun and exciting, however, there is a lot of preparation before the experience. The lists of what to do and what to bring is important but not as important as remembering to ENJOY a vacation. It’s supposed to be fun and relaxing, or at a minimum, memorable. Also, you can probably get plenty of deep thinking …

FL Estate Planning Lawyer for Legacy & Wealth Protection

The term “estate planning” can sometimes seem cold and formal, even to an estate planning attorney. As a legal term, “estate” encapsulates everything you acquire throughout the course of your life: homes, property, stocks, wealth, and belongings. But is that really all you are? What about your values, the life lessons you have learned, the wise counsel you could pass …

US Supreme Court decides 8-1 to Uphold Revocation-On-Divorce Provision

These days, when the US Supreme Court decides a matter 8-1[1], it should be “breaking news!” That the case also involves estate planning matters means that you should know about it as soon as possible. So as not to keep you in suspense, here’s what is important. For life insurance policies that a married couple purchases and cross-designates the beneficiary, …

Upgrading Your Estate Plan Now That Your Kids Are Off to College

Sending your kids off to college is a bittersweet experience. Some parents are reluctant to let their children out into the real world, constantly worrying about their health and safety. Others are eager to remodel the child’s bedroom or take the couple’s vacations they never could when their kids were young. No matter how you feel about your child’s imminent …