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Four Simple Steps to Your Complete Estate Plan

One of the things that sets Lynk Law, Inc apart from other firms is our estate planning process. Our goal is to get to know our clients, listen to their concerns, understand their needs, and make a recommendation based on what best suits their family. Because each estate plan is unique, our meeting process can […]


Estate Planning for Your Pet 

They’re our best friends.  We consider them family.  We take pictures with them.  Include them in special events and take them on family vacations.  But when it comes time to provide for our loved ones upon our incapacity or after our passing, our pets often get overlooked.  While you can’t leave money to your pet, […]


To Will or to Trust, That is the Question 

Estate planning is appropriate and an important step at any stage in your life.  It allows you to have some control over what happens to your assets after you die or become incapacitated. Even if you are a person of modest means, it’s important to have certain documents in place to cover you and your […]


Your Child Graduated! Now What?

Graduating High School is one of life’s many important milestones – even for parents! Many decisions you make prepare your child for College, but what comes after High School graduation? For starters, your child is an adult now. That means he or she is responsible for making all of the important decisions adults must make. […]


Do’s and Don’ts in Transferring Your Home to Your Children

Often times, someone’s house is the largest asset that they have. As parents age, many believe that they should transfer the title of their home to their child/children while they are alive, instead of waiting until they pass away. They are under the impression that they can executive a simple “quitclaim” deed, and the transfer […]


Are You My Mother? Defining Children in Estate Plan Documents 

So you want to leave everything you have equally to your children?  Sounds simple enough.  But, it isn’t always simple and requires some specific language in your estate plan. Wills and trusts typically identify beneficiaries as “all children then living” (at the time of the testator’s death). When most people say “my children” we immediately […]


What’s in a Name? How Titling Affects Estate Planning Rights 

Your home or investment property is likely the most valuable asset you own. Yet most people don’t think about how to hold title until the title company poses the question when the property is bought, refinanced, or inherited. However, this deserves careful consideration, because how you hold title to property has estate planning implications. Deciding […]


The Forgotten Asset: 5 Ways to Use Life Insurance in Estate Planning

Often when we think about the assets in our estate, we think of things we have immediate access to: real estate, bank accounts, retirement accounts, stocks, etc.  However, life insurance policies are considered assets of your estate, even though the funds do not exist in your estate until after your passing. Life insurance can help […]


The Importance of Incapacity Planning

Most estate plans focus primarily on disposing of your assets after your passing. But planning for your incapacity should be just as important. Depending on where you are in your life, incapacity planning can ensure that both you and your loved ones are taken care of, if the unexpected happens. Here are the documents every […]


Is your business legally compliant?

Many clients think that once they incorporate, they have done all they need to legally register their business. However, there are other registrations that businesses should have in place to ensure that they are operating properly. The failure to properly register can result in increased taxes, fines or suspension of your company.   Here are […]

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