What's Yours Is Mine? Transmutation In Estate Planning
By: The Wealth Advisor - May 06, 2019
(The Recorder) -- Married couples often don’t give much thought to the characterization of their property as community or separate. In general, community property is all real or personal property acquired by a married person during the marriage.
An important part of financial planning is preparing for the unexpected. Have you thought about what will happen if you can’t make financial or medical decisions for yourself? Have you decided what will happen to your property when you die? An annual visit to your doctor is an essential part of keeping track of your physical health. Mark Rheaume, senior wealth strategist at PNC Wealth Management says it’s just as important to keep tabs on your financial health.