Advance Health-Care Directives and Your Graduating Senior

Graduating during the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders is a mixed emotional bag as seniors participate in drive-through, parade-style, and video conference graduation ceremonies. Maui graduates are spending time in small family gatherings instead of rocking community centers. If you had a high school senior in your home, you know things are about to change, but you’re… Read More »

I’m a Snowbird Stuck in Hawaii. Will an Out-of-State Power of Attorney and Advance Health-Care Directive Work During Quarantine?

When Governor Ige signed our stay-at-home order on March 23, many snowbirds and retirees, who were staying in their second homes, found themselves stuck in Hawaii for a little longer than they originally planned. From a legal standpoint, many part-time residents of the Aloha State may now be wondering whether their legal documents, such as… Read More »

Google Now Offers Digital Estate Planning Services

Now more than ever, Americans are storing sensitive information and financial accounts completely online. Estate planning attorneys are scurrying to find the best way to deal with digital assets when creating estate plans for their clients. A recent article discusses how new Google developments will allow users to simply select account preferences to determine what… Read More »