wills

December 4, 2018

Plan Your Estate and Protect Your Family

Protect Your Family With an Estate Plan Overview In the event of incapacitation or death (God forbid), it is important that you have named who willRead More
September 28, 2017

Do You Need to Update Your Will When You Move?

Question:  Do you need to update your will when you move to a new state?   Answer: Yes, you should update your will when you move.Read More
January 25, 2016
Powers & Neal 6730 N. Scottsdale Rd., Ste. 290, Scottsdale, AZ 85253 480-699-7992

Do I Need A Living Trust?

Question:  Do I need a living trust? Answer:  It depends on your family situation, assets and estate planning goals. First, what is a living trust?  ARead More
July 15, 2015
Powers & Neal 6730 N. Scottsdale Rd., Ste. 290, Scottsdale, AZ 85253 480-699-7992

What You Should Know About Wills and Probate

Thank you for visiting PowersNeal.com to learn some basics about wills and probate.   First, let’s define both wills and probate: A will is a document whichRead More
April 20, 2015
Diana, Princess of Wales

A Peek into Princess Diana’s Will

While everyone, including myself, has caught Royal Baby Fever-itis just in time for the second Royal Baby, estate planner all over the United States are buzzingRead More
August 8, 2014
Estate Planning

When Is It Time to Change Your Estate Plan?

Getting a estate plan in place is a great way to protect yourself, your family and your legacy.  When you completed your plan, it reflected aRead More
July 16, 2014
Why Do We Procrastinate Estate Planning?

Why Do We Procrastinate Estate Planning?

Numerous studies show that unfortunately, the majority of people haven’t completed their estate plans.  While most people will admit that they know they need to createRead More
June 26, 2014
Last Will and Testament

More heirs wait as wills dole out money slowly

(Reuters) – When Juliann Reynolds’ husband died of cancer in 1992, she had to decide how to plan her own estate. The now-retired speech therapist fromRead More
April 8, 2014
Florida Estate Dispute Caused by ‘E-Z Legal Form’ is a ‘Cautionary Tale,’ says Justice

Florida Estate Dispute Caused by ‘E-Z Legal Form’ is a ‘Cautionary Tale,’ says Justice

Ann Aldrich used an “E-Z Legal Form” when she made out her will in 2004, a decision that proved to be a good choice for twoRead More
February 3, 2014
Top Tips for 2014

Top Tips for 2014

Now that the holidays have wound down and life is returning to normal, it’s time to get down to the business of those New Year’s resolutions. Read More