Business Opportunity Laws

You may be attracted by “out of the box” business opportunities offered by sellers that promise immediate success, but do not be fooled.

Myths We Tell Ourselves About Estate Planning

Making the decision to move forward with the planning requires us to face the fact that we will not live forever. This thought can stop many

The Truth About Social Security Myths

It DOES matter when you opt-in to take your social security benefit. Between the age of 62 and full retirement, your benefits increase by ab

A Loved One Has Died - What Now?

There are some steps that should be taken soon after the loss of your loved one, although most things do not need to be done immediately. We

Estate Planning Awareness Week

Estate Planning Awareness Week is a great opportunity not only to take steps to make sure your own estate plan is up to date, but also to ta

Adopt-a-Dog Month - Love Them Today and

Although many pet owners consider their pets as members of their family, they often neglect to include their pets in their estate planning.

Is Your Power of Attorney Powerful Enough?

We want to help to anticipate as many nuances as possible, to ensure that when you need assistance, your documents will be there to avoid gu

What to Do If You are Appointed Trustee

People named as trustees are considered in law as “fiduciaries.” “Fiduciary” stems from the Latin for “trust.” To merit that trust, you must

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