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Planning for Your Baby’s Future in Estate Planning

June 12, 2018 Posted In Drafting Wills,Estate Planning,Estate Taxes,Firm News,Guardianships & Conservatorships,Inheritances,Medical Directives,Powers of Attorney,Trusts

In all the chaos of buying new clothes, constantly changing diapers, and, of course, seemingly sleepless nights for months on end, as a new parent the last thing on your radar is probably creating a will or planning your estate. But, if you don’t already have an estate plan, then that’s exactly the time to…

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Estate Planning Tools for Your Baby’s College

November 21, 2017 Posted In Estate Planning,Estate Taxes,Firm News,Guardianships & Conservatorships,Medical Directives,Powers of Attorney,Trust Administration,Trusts

Remember when your baby was just an infant and you thought he/or she would break like dropped china or porcelain? And then you saw them run right into a glass door and bounce off like a rubber ball and bounce back for more. It was probably back then that you first gave some forethought into…

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4 Essential Documents to Prevent Estate Planning Errors

November 30, 2016 Posted In Creditors and Probate,Drafting Wills,Estate Planning,Estate Taxes,Executors & Fiduciaries,Firm News,Guardianships & Conservatorships,Inheritances,Medical Directives,Powers of Attorney,Trustees,Trusts

4 Essential Documents to Prevent Estate Planning Errors When you are ready to put an official estate plan in place to protect yourself and your family in the future, there can be a lot to consider, even if you don’t have a sizable estate or a large family. To help you get started on the right…

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