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Blog Posts in August, 2022

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  • 4 Critical Questions to Ask Your Estate Planning Attorney
    4 Critical Questions to Ask Your Estate Planning Attorney

    Creating an estate plan is a highly personal and often emotional endeavor. That's why choosing the right estate planning attorney is so essential. Here are some questions you should ask your estate ...

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  • How to Protect Your Child's Inheritance From Their Spouse
    How to Protect Your Child's Inheritance From Their Spouse

    40-50% of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. Regardless of how you feel about your child's spouse, there is a real possibility they could become your child's ex-spouse. If that day ...

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  • Administration for Community Living and Federal Partners Announce Two New Resources to Expand Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities
    Administration for Community Living and Federal Partners Announce Two New Resources to Expand Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities

    The Administration for Community Living (ACL) and partners from across the federal government jointly developed two new resources to help expand opportunities for competitive, integrated employment ...

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  • Big Changes Coming to Medicare Part D Plans
    Big Changes Coming to Medicare Part D Plans

    For the first time in Medicare’s history, the amount of money that beneficiaries in drug plans will have to pay for their prescriptions each year will be capped, thanks to provisions of the Inflation ...

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  • What to Do if You Can’t Get Ahold of Your Trustee
    What to Do if You Can’t Get Ahold of Your Trustee

    Did you know that trustees have a duty under the law to communicate with beneficiaries and keep them reasonably informed about the progress of the trust's administration? This duty to inform may ...

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  • 4 Important Things Your Estate Plan May Be Missing
    4 Important Things Your Estate Plan May Be Missing

    If you’re among one-third of US adults with a will, living trust, or other end-of-life documents, you may think your estate plan is settled. But you might want to think again. An estate plan should be ...

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