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With the holiday season rapidly approaching, family becomes a primary focus.  Family gatherings provide a valuable opportunity to discuss and assess various needs that have arisen. This is why the holidays are a great time to think about estate planning.   For those of us with older family members, it becomes imperative that we have […]

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Link to our new commercial which will air on KCRA 3: http://youtu.be/78oyVlsESnw Please let us know what you think! To visit the Do It Yourself Site click on: mydiytrust.com

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Establishing an estate plan is crucial to ensuring that your assets and family are protected and provided for in case of a disability or death.   However, education about the estate planning process is also key to ensuring that the plan is carried out effectively.  When a loved one loses capacity or passes away it is […]

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FWLG is excited to announce the addition of a Do It Yourself Estate Planning service via our website.  This service provides the convenience of online legal services with professional guidance.  The website and documents are designed and supervised by attorneys with extensive experience in preparing estate planning documents and settling estates, unlike other sites which […]

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               Proponents of sites such as legalzoom.com, uslegalforms.net, and other do it yourself type businesses lead the general public to think that Estate Planning does not require the assistance of an attorney.  These types of services seem to indicate that Estate Planning requires little more than form documents such as simple Wills, Living Trusts, and […]

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For more information about our estate settlement services, please visit http://www.familywealthlawgroup.com/settlement.html

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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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