Planning Ahead


Everything You Need to Know About Durable Power of Attorney

BY Kaycee Cuaira

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Baby Boomers are retiring in record numbers. As the ranks of the elderly continue to grow, you may naturally start to think about what may …


What is Probate, and How Can I Avoid It?

BY Brynne Conroy

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Debt doesn’t just disappear when you die, and your assets don’t automatically give themselves to your beneficiaries. Probate court is where your final fiscal accounting …


Writing Your Last Will & Testament

BY Brynne Conroy

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Getting together your last will & testament? Discover the core tenants you need to know as you write your will, including the merits of online …


What is a Codicil?

BY Chris Durheim

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Legal terminology can make managing your money and figuring out your estate plan downright intimidating. With that in mind, we’d like to help you understand …


What is Intestate?

BY Chris Durheim

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Legal terminology can make managing your finances and figuring out your estate plan downright intimidating. That said, a little knowledge goes a long way. With …


The Ultimate List of Scholarships for Undocumented Students

BY Brynne Conroy

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When you’re a Dreamer, getting funding for college can be particularly difficult. You cannot get federal funding by filling out the FAFSA, and many scholarships …


Got Kids? You Need a Trust.

BY Chris Durheim

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As a parent, I’m doing my best to set my children up for success. I’m working hard to teach them good financial management skills and …


Should You Get a Joint Will?

BY Tori Dunlap

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At Tomorrow, we encourage families of all kinds to do their estate planning documents in the way that works for them. But we often get …