Estate Planning

Individuals who have accumulated assets over time often wish to ensure that said holdings are protected and passed to their loved ones after their passing. One aspect of ensuring this […]

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People who have assets or children must seriously consider estate planning. Should someone avoid this process, it could leave the welfare of one’s children or the distribution of one’s assets […]

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True story. A group of residents in an over 55 community decide to go out for a night of coffee. Seemingly out of nowhere, the conversation turns to one about […]

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This may sound strangely familiar. You have two children and love them equally. On the other hand, you may have never married and have two siblings. Meanwhile, you are ready […]

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The burden of loss is often the heaviest of human experiences. It is a reminder that tomorrow is guaranteed to no one. However, when it comes to promises, some may […]

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Whether by design or default, there’s a chance you are not married. Meanwhile, you should know that you’re not exactly alone (pun intended.) According to 2016 statistics, 45.2% of all […]

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It’s been a weekly ritual for more years than you care to admit. Every Friday, you head over to the local convenience store to buy lottery tickets. Although you have […]

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An unknown author is credited with a quote equating parents of special needs children with a few superheroes. There’s certainly truth that many special needs parents are “Batman, Captain America, […]

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More than likely you’ve heard some version of the phrase. “Nothing is certain but death and taxes” is often attributed to Philadelphia’s own Ben Franklin. With that in mind, estate […]

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The whole idea might seem somewhat counterintuitive. Why in the world does a college student need a power of attorney? Your mind may immediately go to the fact that most […]

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Nobody gets out of this life alive. It’s an old quote turned into song lyrics that basically sums up the unavoidable. All things considered, it’s most likely something you already […]

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On March 21, 2005, then-President George Bush flew from his vacation home in Texas to Washington, D.C. to sign into law a bill passed by both houses of Congress. The […]

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Late one evening in December of 1967, gas station owner Melvin Dummar said he found a disheveled and dirty man lying along U.S. Highway 95, 150 miles north of Las […]

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