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What Happens to My Pets When I Am Gone?
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What Happens to My Pets When I Am Gone?

July 12, 2022

For many of us, our pets are like our family members and if we pass away or become disabled and are no longer able to take care of our pets, we want them to be well looked after. Part of your estate plan is to provide your intentions and instructions for your belongings and for your loved ones, so it is important to have a plan for your pets as well!

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The Importance of Including Digital Assets in Estate Planning

The Importance of Including Digital Assets in Estate Planning

May 24, 2022

Your digital assets may be just additional instruments for diversification in the present — but they could be the driving your portfolio in the future. Now that industries are undergoing a digital transformation, about one in five Americans are already investing in and trading cryptocurrencies and other digital assets. These assets offer a lot of potential for the future, especially since they offer better transaction speed, privacy, and security.


However, digital assets are often left out of estate plans. Now that digital assets are on the rise, it's crucial to recognize their potential for the future.

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What Were They Thinking? Again!?

What Were They Thinking? Again!?

May 16, 2017

Traditional "elder law planning" is neither centered on the Elder nor a proactive approach to planning. What are the problems with the current system and what can we as professionals do about it?

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Amendable Irrevocable Trusts

Amendable Irrevocable Trusts

April 25, 2017

“Amendable irrevocable trusts”, sounds like an oxymoron, right?  Common knowledge would have you believe that irrevocable trusts are cold, hard, “set in stone”, lock boxes made only for rich folks or people with bad kids.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  Today I will dispel the myth that irrevocable trusts are “set in stone.” 

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