Losing your spouse can be a critical moment in your life, during which you’ll need support from friends and family and plenty of time to heal. You’ll also want to rally a trusted team of experts who can help a new widow through new and probably unwelcome territory.
You and your spouse may visit the same primary doctor, financial advisor and tax preparer. However, what about preparing your wills?
My 87-year-old mom is relocating to live with us. I’m excited to have her but getting overwhelmed at the thought of finding her all new doctors—setting up those introductory appointments and doing all the new insurance paperwork. How can I make sure I don’t miss anything?
A love for nursing and a desire to help young people prompted a Norfolk man to include a nursing scholarship at Northeast Community College in his estate planning.