I recently had my Estate Plan prepared by the Meyring Law Firm. I enjoyed the small firm atmosphere, courteousness, and competent staff members. I can honestly say that there was no pressure and Mr. Meyring took the time to answer all of my questions. Because they exceeded my expectations, I expect to have a life long relationship with this firm.

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Getting Gratitude

In helping people and families with their wills, trusts, and probate issues, I often find that there is a lot of emotion involved and sometimes actual "pay back" in the way that people ...
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Late For Your Own Funeral

I first heard the expression “late for your own funeral” from my mom when I was running late as a kid. The younger me thought: "How does a person show up late at their own ...
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Should I Have a Will or a Living Trust?

At their most basic, wills and living trusts are designed to achieve the same goals; namely, to specify beneficiaries of an estate after you pass on. However, life isn’t as simple as just the ...
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Not IF but WHEN...

As life gets longer and the years roll-on, it seems that life gets more complicated and time runs faster. "When I was a child, life was so simple..." I hear all the time. Well, I hope so: ...
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Crazy Family, Normal Life

Everybody has some crazy in their family. I don't mean to cast aspersions, but I do mean to use the word 'crazy' in the larger sense of the unusual people and unexpected things that happen ...
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Stepfamily Assets at Risk: What Can You Do

If you have a stepfamily or you have a variety of valuable assets built up into a nest egg for retirement - they may be at risk if you have an ineffective will/trust or no estate plan at all. How do ...
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Mother's Incapacity

Jack's mother always took care of herself, paid her own bills, and looked after her own healthcare. When Mother started to forget important things and stopped going to her regular doctor visits, ...
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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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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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