estate planning expert
About the author
Taylor Holt is the author of “Wills, Trusts & Estates for Dummies”. Holding the title of Estate Planning Expert, he is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and has been practicing in the industry for nearly 20 years.
Taylor obtained his law degree from the University of Tennessee and subsequently completed a Master’s Degree in Taxation at Golden Gate University. Additionally, he holds a certificate from the American College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania for Estate Planning.
Holt is currently an Adjunct Professor at Strayer and George Mason Universities. He expertly teaches courses on Wills & Trusts.
Today, Taylor specialises in estate planning, probate, and trust administration, as well as elder law issues such as Medicaid eligibility.
In addition to his experience providing legal services, he brings a variety of real-world business experience to the EveryInvestor team.
Most Recent Articles
Think about this for a moment: If you have children, a spouse, or other loved ones depending on you for financial support, make sure to make a will. A will ensure that your assets and money are distributed in the way you want them to be. It also protects your family from being burdened with
You might be wondering, One of the most important documents that you will ever write is your testament. It’s not just for when you die; it also helps minimize family conflict and provides a sense of closure. There are many ways to store this document, such as in a safety deposit box at your bank
Imagine this: No one likes to think about illness, old age, and death. But the reality is that we all have to prepare for these things in some way or another. What are your plans for when you get sick? How will you prepare for when you no longer can work? And what do you
In case you’re wondering, A will is a legal document that outlines how you want your property distributed when you die. It also includes who you would like to be the guardian of any minor children and what person should care for your pets after death. A will is not just about money or property,
When an elderly parent with dementia can no longer make personal decisions, the Power of Attorney can be a valuable tool. This article gives you the power to make decisions on behalf of your parent that will help protect their assets in most cases and provide them with peace of mind in the future. Mental