Helpful information to assist you in making the best decision for you and your family.

  • Estate Planning for New Parents

    When you decide to grow your family, there are the obvious things to think about like buying a crib or stocking up on diapers, but before or soon after your child is born, updating your estate plan is something that needs to be handled. ThereRead More

  • Estate Planning Triggers

    Having an estate plan is crucial to ensuring that your assets go to the right people, but as life happens, things change and so should your estate plan. Below we’ve outlined some events that may trigger a review and tell you why it might beRead More

  • How to Be In Business With Your Spouse

    Planning your estate and finances as a business owner can be tricky. When entering into business with your spouse, it’s even more important to institute formal plans for how the business will be sold or continued in the event of death or divorce. A fewRead More

  • Estate Planning for Recently Engaged and Newlywed Couples

    As soon as “I do’s” have been exchanged, a couple’s legal and financial connection takes on fresh meaning.  Engaged couples should begin discussing and implementing some key estate planning initiatives (both before and after the wedding) to ensure protection for themselves and their finances asRead More

  • 3 Things to Know About Inheriting a Deceased Parent’s Debt

    The passing of a parent is a difficult event to navigate. In addition to dealing with the emotional toll of the loss, children often have to plan funeral services as well as figure out what to do with all of their parent’s belongings. However, whenRead More

  • Cradles to Crayons Coat & Toy Drive

    Jennifer Guimond-Quigley is a proud supporter and cosponsor of the Cradles to Crayons Coat & Toy Drive. This incredible organization focuses on making life better for children in need, and their Coat & Toy Drive is one of their many events that forwards their selflessRead More

  • 3 Ways Divorce Will Change in 2019

    When planning to divorce, couples don’t often realize that timing can have an impact on the financial outcome of the proceedings. Changes to maintenance (formerly known as alimony), 529 college savings plans and tax filing statuses are all potential influencers when deciding when to endRead More

  • Estate Planning for Newlyweds

    Brides and grooms to-be leave no stone unturned when planning for their big day. From music to food to the honeymoon, every aspect is accounted for. However, when thinking about spending the rest of their lives together, newlyweds should also consider establishing their estate planRead More

  • Why Minor Children Should Not be Your Financial Beneficiary

    Estate planning entails a number of difficult decisions, but for many with minor children, choosing a beneficiary is an easy choice. Parents rightfully want to protect their children from financial hardships by leaving them financial assets upon their death. While it makes sense that manyRead More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley Discusses Prenuptial Agreements on Woman Getting Married!

    Woman Getting Married reached out to Jennifer Guimond-Quigley to talk about prenuptial agreements and why everyone should create one. Click here to read the full article.Read More

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