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Friday, April 19, 2019

Wealth. What does it mean to you?

                Wealth to me is not about money.  I gauge my wealth on the relationships I have, the quality of time I am able to enjoy with my family, the level of joy and happiness I feel when I am able to provide experiences and special moments with my children.  Yes, money does afford me the ability to create certain experiences with my family and friends, but I don't measure my wealth by the size of my bank account...



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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Should I Do My Estate Planning Online???

The worldwide web has provided us with great opportunity to be more independent as consumers. However, as convenient it may seem, you might want to think twice before creating an estate plan online!

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Friday, November 23, 2018

3 Steps to Prepare your Children for an Inheritance

How do you prepare your children to receive an inheritance?  What can you do now to make them better money managers?  Passing your legacy to your children requires acknowledgement of family values and fiscal preparation, early on.  

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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

The Thanksgiving Table Is The Perfect Forum To Discuss Estate Planning

By Cori A. Robinson, Esq., Above The Law 
In addition to expressing thanks for all that you have in this world, take the opportunity, while your loved ones are relegated to one table, to discuss, or at least investigate, the following topics that will surely give them pumpkin to talk about.


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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Places That Will Take Care of Your Pet If Something Happens to You

by Kristin Hunt, Everplans... It’s currently estimated that only 9% of people with Wills include provisions for their cats, dogs, or exotic birds. And unless you already have a sibling or friend who’s explicitly pledged to look after Pawudrey Hepburn, that could leave your pet in limbo if something serious happens to you.



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Monday, August 6, 2018

Back-to-School Checklist: A Reminder to Reassess your Financial Planning (Part 1)

Back-to-school season is all about fresh starts!  Inspired by the importance of preparation in starting a new school year, we have provided a two-part checklist that will help you and your family prepare for the future! Read more for Part 1!

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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Things to Do Following the Death of a Loved One: Part I

Please Note:  The following is a general list of considerations and should not replace the advice of an attorney familiar with your situation; This article is not legal advice and will not necessarily apply to all situations- for specific advice tailored to your situation, please consult with an estate planning attorney.  


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