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Born anytime between 1977 and 1995, millennials make up the largest generation in American history. And, while Millennials are some of our country’s younger adults, it does not mean they shouldn’t think about estate planning – especially after the year we all experienced in 2020….

Although discussing aging and money with family members can be difficult, having a financial plan can reduce conflict and protect surviving family members. If you work with an experienced estate planning attorney, your loved ones will know your wishes for medical care, final arrangements, and…

We’ve all heard it time and time again, “Get a Will. Get a Trust.” Family members drop hints when we’re expecting our first children; banner ads pop up asking, “what will happen to your assets when you die?” It’s not that we are against creating…

It’s been a tough road, but they are finally getting help. Maybe it’s your son or daughter who has battled addiction or perhaps it is a spouse. Addiction affects nearly 20 million people in America. You have the means, so you’ve aided their recovery through…

Often, when talking with new clients, they mention verbal agreements they have with family members for times of crisis. Suppose you have a health crisis. You may be close to a sister and trust her to carry out your wishes should you become incapacitated. However,…

The end of a marriage is rarely a light decision, but sometimes a necessary one. As spouses consult divorce attorneys to divvy up the life they have built together, several big decisions are on the table. How much will one spouse pay for child support?…

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