3 times to update your will

A will is the foundation of your estate plan. This document outlines how you want to divide your assets when you die, but many people do not have this basic estate planning document. According to Forbes, more than half of Americans over the age of 55 have not made a...

What happens during probate?

After your death, probate will occur in a specialized civil court, states the Indiana Judicial Branch. The probate process encompasses identifying and inventorying your property, proving that your will is valid, appraising your property, paying off your debts and...

Will your divorce ruin your credit score?

If you are contemplating ending your marriage, you may have some uncertainty about your financial future. While Indiana law entitles you to an equitable share of marital assets, you may also need a good credit score to begin the next chapter of your life. You are...