With so much of our time still being spent safely at home, the legal team at Morris Hall is continuing our webinar classes to help you through these difficult and confusing times. Any family or individual who has been affected by this pandemic, whether that effect is minuscule or substantial, is … [Read more...] about Morris Hall June Webinar Series
PHOENIX –Morris Hall is proud to announce the addition of William A. Morgan to its practice. Bill practices in the areas of sophisticated estate planning and administration, estate tax, and income tax planning for families and their businesses. His wide-ranging representation and advocacy of … [Read more...] about William “Bill” Morgan Joins Morris Hall
Estate Planning and COVID-19 - Preparing for the Coronavirus By now, many people throughout the world are aware of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). It first appeared in Wuhan, China in late 2019, and was first reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) on December 31, 2019. Since … [Read more...] about Estate Planning and COVID-19
There is a better way to plan, whether you have no plan, are planning with a Will, or are planning with a Trust, we want to make sure your plan works for you. One way to plan is with a living trust. A trust is a legal document that not only controls the distribution of your assets after you are … [Read more...] about How Proper Estate Planning Can Protect What is Important to You
As you plan for your retirement years, you are likely focused on saving enough money to live comfortably when you reach your “Golden Years.” You may have a financial advisor who is helping you to project what your expenses will likely be and determine the best way to reach your retirement savings … [Read more...] about Will You Need Medicaid as a Senior?
The recent natural catastrophes, including hurricanes, earthquakes, tornados, wildfires, floods and other disasters, cause great concern for peoples’ welfare. The immediate issue revolves around saving lives, health and security. It will take months and years, if even that, to recover … [Read more...] about What We Learned From Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Wildfires, Floods and Tornadoes – BE PREPARED!
When you think of creating an estate plan you likely think about executing a Last Will and Testament to ensure that your estate assets are distributed according to your wishes after you are gone. While planning for the distribution of your estate assets is certainly one important aspect of a … [Read more...] about Do I Need an Incapacity Plan?
Does a parent have the automatic right to make the decisions for their children over eighteen (18) years of age? In the past two weeks, I met with two families to assist them in their estate planning options. There was a common theme – each family thought that their children (all over 18) didn’t … [Read more...] about Children over 18? Parents Can No Longer Make the Decisions
I am fortunate enough to be able to talk to the public about estate planning. In fact, I have upcoming events on February 17 & 18 in Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. These are great ways to help break down the walls, the discomfort, when talking about death and dying. One of my opening questions … [Read more...] about Let’s Talk About Death
Congratulations! You have just accumulated a great number of reward points with your holiday shopping, and your two recent airplane trips. Now what would happen to your frequent flier miles and credit card points should your demise occur? The answer depends upon which airline you have chosen, and … [Read more...] about Disappearing Miles and Points. Can you transfer to your heirs?