You’ve been a fully-functioning, adult member of society for… 20, 30, 40 years (shhh, I’m not asking!) and you know a thing or two about taking care of your life. You know how to make your own financial and health decisions and while it’s not always fun to schedule that dentist appointment or lab work, […]
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I recently received this email: Tracey, I have a new baby and am suddenly realizing that I don’t have a Will. My husband and I really need Wills – but we also really need to pick somebody who could take care of our son if something happened to us. But what do I need to […]
The second reason that people don’t have their Will done (or are putting it off) is because they feel they’re too young and just don’t need one yet.
Nearly 70% of adults do not have any planning in place. Seventy percent! Think about that. I was curious why that number was so high. So, I did a super informal, highly unscientific survey to see if I could glean anything. I was amazed at the results!
Your college student is enjoying life on campus – and hopefully attending classes! You’re the proud parent back home – checking in through texts and emails and Facebook – making sure your baby is happy, healthy, and at least occasionally eating something other than pizza! And you’re excited that all the habits and values you’ve […]
Your little bird has flown the nest – and is safely installed as an adult on a college campus. No matter how big your baby is, you can still remember the moment you brought them home… You’ll always be a parent and they’ll always be your kid. You’re always there to do whatever it takes […]