Category Archives: Will
In our last post, we looked at several crucial legal documents for single people, including wills, powers of attorney, living wills, and HIPPA privacy waivers. Truth be told, just about everyone–married, single, or separated–can benefit from having these powerful documents in place. However, there’s another document that’s often overlooked that needs to be thoughtfully, regularly updated: the beneficiary designation [...]
Recently released 2010 census data reported by the Virginia Pilot reveals that the percentage of married households in Virginia stands at its lowest level in decades– just 50.2 percent of all Virginia households. While this change may be due to an increase in unmarried partners and other “non-traditional” families, aging baby boomers, such as widows and older divorced people, have also contributed to the shift. As a result, [...]
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