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Blog Posts in 2021

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  • What We Can Learn From Britney Spears’s Legal Battles
    What We Can Learn From Britney Spears’s Legal Battles

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard the recent news about Britney Spears and the #FreeBritney movement. Why should we care about this? Let’s go back in time to 2008. This was ...

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  • Important Questions Your Estate Planning Attorney Will Ask You
    Important Questions Your Estate Planning Attorney Will Ask You

    Death and taxes may be guaranteed in life, but that doesn’t mean they’re pleasant things to talk about. So it’s no surprise if the thought of meeting with an estate planning attorney gives you some ...

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  • What to Look For When Choosing a Fiduciary
    What to Look For When Choosing a Fiduciary

    There may come a time in your life when you’re no longer able to make financial or medical decisions on your own. That’s why it’s so important to create a comprehensive estate plan that names a ...

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  • Why Single People Should Make an Estate Plan
    Why Single People Should Make an Estate Plan

    It’s not pleasant to think about, but a time may come in our lives when we’re unable to make financial or medical decisions for ourselves. If you haven’t outlined who will make these decisions for you ...

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  • Here’s How Divorce and Remarriage Can Affect Your Estate Plan
    Here’s How Divorce and Remarriage Can Affect Your Estate Plan

    It’s no secret that divorce is more common now than it was in the past, as is remarriage. As if divorce wasn’t complicated enough, depending on how long a prior marriage lasted, the former couple may ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Estate Planning From Seniors
    Frequently Asked Questions About Estate Planning From Seniors

    The percentage of senior citizens with wills has fallen drastically in recent years. A study conducted by Caring.com found that the number of people with a will aged 55 and older has fallen from 60% ...

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