- Created on Thursday, 24 May 2012 13:50
The passing of a loved one is never easy for friends and family, but it can be even more difficult if the survivors do not have the information they need to make decisions and take care of final arrangements.
Legal documents such as a will and powers of attorney are important, but a letter of instructions – which is not a legal document – could be just as advantageous for your heirs.
- Created on Thursday, 24 May 2012 12:29
James Earl Carter Jr., the 39th President of the United States, is the author of 25 books. Here, he talks about his latest, "NIV Lessons from Life Bible."
Kam Williams: Hi President Carter, I'm really honored to have another opportunity to speak with you.
- Created on Friday, 18 May 2012 16:49
When Kenneth Turner decided to pursue a business opportunity, he jumped in with both feet full time. Retiring from Shelby County Government, Turner started a process service business. Shortly thereafter, he saw the opportunity to add property management to the mix and he did. The diversification has been an ideal marriage, with A-K Enterprises now growing at a steady pace.
- Created on Friday, 18 May 2012 16:47
One of your greatest assets is the ability to earn an income. If you were to lose that ability due to a disabling accident or illness, how would you pay your bills, send your kids to college, and save for retirement?
- Created on Friday, 18 May 2012 15:26
Dear Lucy: A dear friend of mine has just received a diagnosis of cancer and told that she only has a certain amount of time to live. She has already begun to act like it's all over. I am angry and devastated at the idea of her passing and wish that there was something I could do to help out. What can I say or do?