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The things that must be updated in one’s estate plan when someone gets divorced.  How to make sure they are protected from the unexpected. Living Trust/Will These documents contain instructions about a number of crucial estate planning decisions:  who is in charge of administration of the individual’s estate, who is nominated as guardian of minor […]

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When meeting with clients to design their trust provisions, whether their children/beneficiaries are five or thirty-five years old, I often hear the same concern.    They are worried that the funds will be spent irresponsibly.  To combat this fear, we estate planners will often suggest the inclusion of language in the trust that will either; 1. […]

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                There are common events which trigger a need for estate planning, one of which is the birth of a child.  In my experience, nominating a guardian for the care of a minor child is often the most important yet challenging decision for parents to make.   Below are some important issues which should be addressed […]

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Know your alternatives for divorce and estate planning to solve family conflicts: “A different type of divorce” – Options include collaboration, mediation, and litigation. “Creative Solutions” – Discover the benefits of alternative solutions for marriage dissolution, child custody and co-parenting issues, division of assets, etc. as well as the use of estate planning to head […]

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Savvy Single Parent Workshop

The Savvy Single Parent: Need-to-know info for legal and financial planning. If you are a single parent, you are working to ensure that your child has every opportunity – now, and in the future. Yet, it can be difficult to know where to turn for legal and financial advice. This Savvy Workshop will provide straightforward, […]

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