Estate Planning for LGBTQ+ Individuals

Not so long ago, estate planning for LGBTQ+ clients was more cumbersome, as the federal government and most states did not recognize the relationships of all their citizens. Following Obergefell v. Hodges in 2015, the federal government now recognizes same-sex marriages, and with that, allows for the same types of…
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A Succession Planning Primer

When you build up a business, it is more than just a job. When you build up a business, you’re planting a seed, but also nurturing it to grow and creating something special. But not everyone who builds a business is looking to die in their office, and that is…
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Advance Directives for Health Care During Covid-19

Let’s start at the beginning. When you mention estate planning to someone, there are a lot of things that usually cross their mind. From, I don’t need an estate plan because I’m not rich to, I told my kids what I want and I am sure they will do the…
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How Will My Trust Assets be Affected by a Divorce

It is critically important to work with an Estate Planning Attorney who understands the pros and cons of how others view assets of a trust. As a family law attorney, I often see how inadequate Estate Planning can significantly affect families. You deserve the knowledge and expertise that only a…
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Do You Think You Need a High Net Worth to Have an Estate Plan in Place?

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