The joy of expecting a new edition to your family is astounding! What will he or she sound like? Will I see my eyes when I look at my baby, or will I see my husband’s chin? The moments after you find out this spectacular news your mind reels at what lies ahead with your little infant. You imagine a nursery full of books, colorful toys and soft blankets along with a rocking chair in a cozy corner just for you to hold and admire your new little angel. Having a baby is a remarkable experience and should be well thought out… this includes budgeting for your expanding family! You have an estimated nine months to plan and prepare, maybe less! 9 Year Mortgage is here to assist you in beginning on the right path to your new baby budget.
We’ve all heard the stories of the disgruntled children who have received nothing from a deceased parent’s will or they were only given a smidgen of what they expected. The decision of who should get what, in terms of your will, is something everyone must decide someday; for many this is easier said than done. In many cases parents want to leave a larger portion of their estate to one child over another, but there are hurt-feelings and legal issues that end up thwarting their plans. 9 Year Mortgage understands that there are numerous reasons for leaving uneven amounts to inheritors and we’d like to give you pointers on how to do this without your will causing family-drama or possible legal fees.
When it comes to getting your affairs in order before you die, most people know what to do, except for when it comes to the documents you need. You may think that just signing a bunch of papers establishing your estate plan and other end-of-life instructions would be enough, however it is not. You also have to make sure that your heirs are aware of these documents and where they are located. If you are not sure what documents you need, read on and 9 Year Mortgage will tell you.