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  • Your Estate Plan: Have you waited long enough?
    Your Estate Plan: Have you waited long enough?

    If you have been postponing the setting up of an estate plan for 30 years – have you waited long enough? Going forward - time is not your friend: for folks in their 60s or 70s, waiting any longer to ...

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  • What Do Grads and Brides Have to Do With It?
    What Do Grads and Brides Have to Do With It?

    Every life transition changes the person that we are. Graduating from High School or College, getting Married, starting a Business, or a Family – those are big life events that define new legal ...

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  • Don't Get on a Plane Without It
    Don't Get on a Plane Without It

    Summer is time for the long-awaited and much deserved time away from the office and the daily grind. Every year millions of Americans pack their suitcases and board a plane, a cruise ship, or set out ...

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  • Estate Planning is Prosperity Planning
    Estate Planning is Prosperity Planning

    When people think of Estate Planning they usually think about setting up a living trust and powers of attorney . A lot of budget outfits out there would deliver just that. The real value of working ...

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  • How to Protect Your Children From Themselves and their Creditors/Predators
    How to Protect Your Children From Themselves and their Creditors/Predators

    Children turn 18, and all of a sudden, with a snap of a finger, they are Adults, for all legal intents and purposes. Some of those young adults stand to inherit millions in the way of real estate, ...

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  • "I am not rich enough to buy cheap things" - the REAL cost of Cheap Estate Planning

    When it comes to living trusts, it is not easy for a layperson to distinguish a robust, well-written trust document from a mediocre one. There is the misconception that “ I don’t have much, therefore ...

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