Thomas H. Sullivan
Attorney at Law
Isn't There Already A Law That Leaves Everything To My Spouse And Kids?
Posted on: July 11th, 2017
Many people think that if they die while they are married, everything they own automatically goes to their spouse or children. They’re actually thinking of state rules that apply if someone dies without leaving a will. In legal jargon, this is referred to as “intestate.” In that case, the specifics will vary depending on each state's law, so where you live when you die can significantly change the outcome for your family....
Tips for Working with a Law Firm
Posted on: July 3rd, 2017
When you hire an attorney for estate planning, help with a loved one’s estate, or any other legal matter you want to make sure that the work gets done as quickly as possible and at the best possible value. Here are some tips to have the most useful and value-oriented law firm experience....
How You Can Benefit from a Late Portability Election
Posted on: June 30th, 2017
Estate Planning That Expresses Who You Are
Posted on: June 26th, 2017
You intend to pass along your wealth through your estate plan, but what about your wisdom? Ensuring you accomplish both calls for a family meeting to have a conversation about your money, your legacy, and your core principles....
Money Isn’t Everything in Estate Planning
Posted on: June 13th, 2017
Money may be the most talked about wealth contained within a person’s estate, but the riches of their experience and wisdom can mean even more to family members down the line. Reinforcement of family traditions can be built into your estate plan alongside your wishes regarding your money, property, and belongings. After all, what really makes a family a family is its values and traditions — not the way its finances read on paper....
How to Protect Your Child’s Inheritance from His or Her Untrustworthy Spouse
Posted on: June 6th, 2017
Parents who develop an estate plan often do so to provide for their heirs financially. Many want to make sure hard-earned assets, family heirlooms, or closely held businesses stay within the family. Indeed, a common question is what cost effective options are available to protect one’s children’s inheritance from a spouse in the event of untrustworthiness or divorce....