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Among the most common questions I receive is “Do I really need to create estate planning documents?”  This question is usually preceded by a litany of reasons why the person asking the question does not need estate planning: “I’m too young” “I don’t have any assets” “I am single” “I don’t have any children” So, […]

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          As estate planning attorneys we advise clients to be proactive in planning for life events such as disability and death.  In establishing the proper legal documents before such an event occurs, it allows the clients to decide important issues such as who should be the decision maker and what instructions they should follow.  With […]

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Core Compass is a private and ongoing conference / executive roundtable – actively managed for the key concerns of executives, business owners, partners, private investors and successful entrepreneurs – alongside the professional services experts who support them.  Recently, we were asked by Core Compass to republish an article posted on our Blog about the importance […]

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When clients come in to talk about their estate planning, they usually have their beneficiaries picked out and know how they would like their assets distributed when they die. That is because the focus of estate planning is usually on what happens after a death occurs. However, a very important piece of estate planning that […]

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