Tips on How You Can Protect Your Family Against the Coronavirus

Tips on How You Can Protect Your Family Against the Coronavirus

As we shared in our recent law firm announcement, we can no longer ignore the fact that the COVID-19 virus is spreading at an alarming rate around the world. Even with its unprecedented spread, however, there are still many precautions that we can take to protect ourselves, as well as our aging and at risk loved...
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How the New SECURE Act Will Affect Trust-Based Estate Planning

How the New SECURE Act Will Affect Trust-Based Estate Planning

Trusts are a highly advantageous component of estate planning for millions of Americans. A new comprehensive retirement reform, however, has changed the rules in ways that may require immediate attention.  Last year, Congress passed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act, also known as the...
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Tips for Talking to Your Aging Parents About Senior Scams

Tips for Talking to Your Aging Parents About Senior Scams

Did you know that statistics surrounding seniors and scams continue to rise? Research shows us that the alarming trend of scammers targeting the older generation increases each year, and shows no sign of stopping. From telephone solicitors to email scams to print mail efforts, there are multiple ways that criminals...
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Does a New Decade Mean You Should Review Old Estate Plans?

Does a New Decade Mean You Should Review Old Estate Plans?

An estate plan is something each of us needs in our lives to ensure that we are protected against any circumstance. Unfortunately, for the majority of Americans today, research continues to tell us that they have not begun to complete the estate plan that they need. When you have an estate plan, however, what you may...
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5 Trust Funding Dos and Don’ts In The New Year

5 Trust Funding Dos and Don’ts In The New Year

Do you have an estate plan right now or are you considering creating one this year? Does it include trust planning? Trust agreements can be a powerful tool in your estate planning arsenal. Depending on the type of trust you create with your estate planning attorney there are many goals you can create and achieve. For...
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Tips on How to Talk to an Aging Loved One About Their Driving

Tips on How to Talk to an Aging Loved One About Their Driving

During the holidays, many of us have the opportunity to spend more time with our loved ones who we do not regularly have the chance to visit. This often includes our parents and grandparents, who no longer live close to us. As you spend time together, are you worried about an older family member’s driving? We know...
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Mediation: It’s Not Just for Child Custody Issues

Mediation: It’s Not Just for Child Custody Issues

Mediation is a form of conflict resolution in which feuding parties attempt to settle their differences with the assistance of a trained third-party, known as a mediator. It’s a preferred, and sometimes mandatory, method for addressing child custody disputes, but the process is also well-suited for other areas of...
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