Estate Planning

Estate Planning

How is a Trust Different from a Will?

A will and a trust serve two different purposes. A will is a high-level set of instructions after you pass away. For example, it will name the executor of your estate and guardians if you have children. While you can leave bequests in your will, it will go through the…
April 7, 2020
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5 Most Common Financial Mistakes Investors Make With Their Money

Most Common Financial Mistakes Investors Make Money management without the support of a financial advisor is hard. Things can easily fall through the cracks. At Darrow Wealth Management, the majority of new clients never worked with an advisor before. Here are the top 5 most common (and costly) financial mistakes…
December 7, 2018
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8 Common Misconceptions About Trusts

Although many Americans are familiar with the broad concept of a trust, there are numerous misconceptions about what they are, who they're for, and the benefits they can - and cannot - provide. One of the most common misconceptions about trusts is that they are only a tool for the…
January 10, 2018