Wills and Trusts

Planning for the Unthinkable

By Bob Goldberg / March 9, 2022

There’s an old saying in estate planning – “plan for the worst, hope for the best, everything else is wishful thinking”. Parents of minor children under the age of 18 have to plan for the unthinkable – what if both parents are killed in a car wreck? It’s important to understand a will has to…

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7 Requirements of An Estate Attorney

By Bob Goldberg / July 30, 2020

We all have roles in life: to some people we may be children, to others, colleagues, to still others, students and teachers and friends and so on. Each of these roles carries with it a set of expectations that should be fulfilled. It can be difficult to know what kind of expectations we should establish…

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Writing Your Own Will – Should You Do It?

By Bob Goldberg / February 28, 2020

Why would anybody want to write their own will? Well, it could be an attempt to save money. But many people who have wills can easily afford the fees. Sometimes it is ego-driven, they think they are smart and can do it by themselves. It could be because they discovered a do-it-yourself will. Others try…

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Your Wills and Trusts Attorney and What Retirement Looks Like

By Bob Goldberg / February 10, 2020

What retirees say about retirement might surprise you. It is one thing to daydream about all the things you will do when you retire while you are sitting at your desk overloaded with work. But it is completely different when you are sitting at home living the life of a retiree. What is retirement really…

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Legal Issues for People Living with Dementia and Their Caregivers Webinar

By Bob Goldberg / May 5, 2018

Contact Goldberg & Associates Today Learn more about our service to help your design an estate plan for your loved ones today.

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Who needs estate planning?

By Bob Goldberg / May 8, 2014

You should have a plan if you want to make sure you stay in control of your financial and healthcare decision making in the event of your disability. You should also take the time to plan if you want to make sure your wealth goes to who you want, when you want, the way you…

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What is estate planning?

By Bob Goldberg / May 6, 2014

Estate planning should be a life long process of taking steps to provide for you and the people you love.  You never know when disability will strike. When most people think of estate planning they think about transferring what they own at their death. Another equally important part of planning is thinking about making transfers…

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After A Divorce, Make Sure to Reevaluate Your Estate Plan

By Bob Goldberg / December 12, 2013

Your ex or soon-to-be ex-spouse may still have authority over your medical and financial affairs after your divorce. This should send shock-waves through most people knowing their ex-spouse may still have so much control over them after they part company in a divorce. This is why it is important to update your beneficiary designations and…

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Talking to your parents about moving from their home

By Bob Goldberg / December 3, 2013

You’ve come back from the Thanksgiving Holiday and you are concerned about the safety of your parents who are living alone. What do you do? This article will help you do what I learned at West Point: “choose the harder right instead of the easier wrong.” How to Talk to Aging Parents About Moving to…

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Estate Planning for Women

By Bob Goldberg / September 4, 2013

One size does not fit all. Make sure your property goes to who you want, the way you want, when you want by taking the time to sign a will or trust.

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