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Blog Posts in 2014

Where Family Fights Start

This piece is written in my continuing efforts as a trusts, estates and probate attorney, to inform about the long-term and postmortem effects of financial decisions made in the present. Even when you ...
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Why You Need an Attorney to Help With Your Estate Plan

Estate planning is a sophisticated process that involves those individuals or organizations that are important to you such as your family, close friends, or favorite charities. It also involves your ...
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Essential Estate Planning Documents

Most financially savvy individuals are aware that they should include estate planning as a part of their overall financial planning, but too many of us procrastinate, especially when we aren't ...
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When Will the Will Work?

How do you know if your will would work when it's needed? The only real way is to expire – but then you won't know if it worked as planned. Most people don't have a will, but then ...
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What Goes In a Will?

The content of a will varies depending on your needs and what you want to accomplish with it. You are able to create instructions for the distribution of your assets and your estate after you pass ...
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Weeping Widow

My client cried when I told her she wouldn't have to lose her home. Her husband died a few months before and his family was pressuring the widow to move out and let them sell the home. But the ...
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A Legacy of Trust

For the Bright Side News My godfather uncle and my godmother aunt passed away within the past few months. They both lived relatively long lives and the deaths were not unexpected. One godparent had a ...
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