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5 Lessons To Learn From Prince’s Estate

Unless you have been living under a rock the last month, you know that millions have been mourning the loss of Prince. The world was even more shocked to find out he never executed a Will. Though many lawyers handled his business affairs, he passed away before establishing an estate plan and executing a Will. read more…

Ever Had Everything Deleted?

What would happen if all of your accounts were wiped away or hacked into? What if everything was deleted? Unfortunately, this is what happens when digital assets are not documented, organized, and included in your estate plan. Your digital assets hold value, so they need to be protected. Creating a plan can be customized for read more…

What Should I Tell Him?

A good friend invited me to dinner to show me the results of his DIY bathroom tile project. He beamed with so much pride as he ushered me into his bathroom to show off the tile.  After all of the money and time he spent, how could I tell him that it was done wrong? read more…

It Doesn’t Have to End Here!

May has been a long month of educating and advising the community for the National Elder Law Month, and it should not end here. The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) established May as National Elder Law Month as a way to educate older Americans and their families on living trusts, powers of attorney, read more…

I’m Starting To Take Things Personally…

…With Personal Injury Law, that is. Though my client base spans across different industries and professions, the common thread is the desire to obtain the justice they deserve. My responsibility as an attorney is to assist clients with obtaining justice and/or compensation through client counseling, advocacy, legal advice, and sometimes oral arguments in court. Personal read more…

Trust is Everything…

As the saying goes…“Trust Is Everything…until it’s broken” Many families trust that everything will just work out, so they fail to plan for the future of the family.  Luckily, that is changing. I have received many requests and questions regarding estate planning since major publications, like The New York Times began focusing on the subject read more…

What’s Your Plan?

Are you planning to expand or start a business, trust, or non-profit organization? Legal issues in the corporate world most often arise from lack of knowledge and legal protection, which can cause serious damage to the the business. With over 25 years of experience in business law, we understand the importance of eliminating risk and read more…

Same Song, Different Verse

Resolutions, resolutions, resolutions…this is the theme of the New Year. The new year brings a fresh start and everyone is excited about change. The top three resolutions are: 1. Get In Shape and Lose weight         2. Quit Smoking               3. Write A Will While resolutions are important, they often fade away quickly. So, instead of singing read more…

A Gift That Leaves a Legacy

Interestingly enough, the word Legacy has a formal definition of a gift of property or money.  As a society, however, we refer to the definition of Legacy as a value system a person lives by and the memories that person leaves behind. When constructing your estate plan, it is important to develop a customized plan read more…

It’s Time To Have The Talk: Planning Guardianship

At this point, the tables have turned and “the talk” is now the talk that you need to have with your parents and loved ones about things such as: wills, trusts and in many cases – guardianship. Let’s face it, things are not the way they used to be and the earlier we can have read more…