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When it comes to Estate Planning and Family Law services, there is a vast majority of information that may change how you document your assets, personal information and decisions. Below we have our top blogs and articles that discuss the various topics of the services we provide! Feel free to browse our blog page or search for a certain blog with the search bar above! 

Our Estate Planning Service(s) Blogs & Articles

Seniors’ Benefits from Exercise

Although we gain more time after retirement, exercise may still be sacrificed to other activities in our busy lives. According to the American Medical Association…

Combating Age Discrimination

The problem of age discrimination in the workplace persists despite decades of efforts to eliminate it. Age discrimination occurs when an employee or prospective employee…

Estate Planning Basics

As part of a comprehensive estate plan, several documents are created that spell out how a person wishes to be remembered. During the process, you…

Unmarried Couples’ Estate Planning

Increasing numbers of older Americans are experiencing widowhood or divorce, leading to new relationships. The US Census Bureau reports that more than half of all older adults…

Make Your Estate Plan Conflict-Free

It is possible that your heirs, including minors and adults, may disagree regarding family circumstances, particularly regarding inheriting your estate. Relationships can change and intensify…

Why is an Executor Necessary?

You were chosen to handle a deceased person's assets and affairs after their death if they believed that you would be a trustworthy executor or…

Government Programs for Seniors

Current inflationary pressures are leading to financial insecurity for many US seniors. Besides reducing unnecessary expenses, retirees or near-retirees should examine existing government programs to…

The Probate Process

Probate may be minimized or avoided entirely with the help of an estate planning attorney. Probate proceedings are part of the public record and can…

An Overview of Probate

The American Bar Association (ABA) describes probate as the legal process that recognizes a will and names the personal representative (executor) to administer an estate…