Legacy Planning Documents You Can Use

Legacy planning is the process of deciding how your remaining assets will be distributed upon your passing. As you go through the legacy planning process, an attorney may help you draft several different types of documents that help with this. Last Will and Testament A last will and testament is colloquially referred to simply as a "will." This is one of the most common legacy planning documents, and you'll likely draft a will even if you have other documents too. Read More 

Managing The Risksfinancial Institutions Face

Financial institutions will face an assortment of risks that will have to be managed. This is especially true with modern banking as the use of networking and other computer components can substantially increase the range of attacks that the institution could face. Identifying Potential Sources Of Risk It is difficult to effectively mitigate a threat or risk if you are not aware of it being a concern. Completing a comprehensive risk assessment for the institution can be a critical step in securing it. Read More