Video: What is the difference between a guardian and a standby guardian?
VIDEO TRANSCRIPT What is the difference between a guardian and a standby guardian? You may have heard of both of these things and wonder, “How
Estate Planning Priorities For a Fresh Start
One of the advantages of the New Year is that it provides us all with a fresh start. An opportunity to set new goals, projects,
Video: How Do You Know When It’s Time to Update Your Estate Planning Documents?
How do you know when it’s time to update your estate planning documents? As we explain, it’s a matter of your life circumstances, your family
Don’t Mess Up Your Estate Plan! Five Common Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Summary: When you’re creating your estate plan, even a minor mistake can lead to major future problems. We’re looking at five common estate planning errors
What are the estate documents you need to take care of loved ones?
In times of emergency or uncertainty, it’s important to know that you can take care of and protect your family members. Whether it is a
Preparing for the Role of Caregiver: Steps to Protect Your Family’s Future Needs
As we put plans in place to maintain our quality of life as we age, we should also be making plans to protect our resources
Basics of Estate Planning (Part 2)
Summary: In part two of Siedentopf Law’s new video series on the basics of estate planning, estate planning and probate attorney Sarah Siedentopf discusses wills
Guardianship for our Parents
Summary: If a parent’s mental health has deteriorated to the extent that they are constantly confused, making irrational decisions, cannot take care of themselves, or
Basics of Estate Planning (Part 1)
Summary: In Siedentopf Law’s newest video series, estate planning and probate attorney discusses the basics of estate planning. Today, we’re focusing on what you will
Estate Planning: Understanding Key Terms and Concepts, Part One
Having an estate plan means making provisions for your friends, loved ones, and yourself, should you become disabled or upon your death. It is an
Drafting a will? Don’t forget these four items!
Summary: Before you file your estate documents away, you should check for four items commonly left off of wills: updated guardian designations, digital assets, pet
Video: What is the Difference Between a Guardian and a Conservator?
When it comes to #estateplanning, what is the difference between a guardian and a conservator? Attorney Sarah Siedentopf explains, in Siedentopf Law’s latest video. #probate