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Where Should You Store Your Estate Documents?

Where Should You Store Your Estate Documents?

Where Should You Store Your Estate Documents?If you’ve got estate plan documents such as a will, power of attorney, perhaps a living trust, and a healthcare decision-making document written up, good for you! These documents will help ensure your wishes are carried out and your assets are distributed as you intended. The next question you […]

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Electronic Notaries And Estate Planning In the Time of the Virus

Electronic Notaries And Estate Planning In the Time of the Virus

Electronic Notaries And Estate Planning In the Time of the VirusYou either know how will signings work because you’ve done one, or you’ve been a witness to one, or you have seen one on TV. A bunch of people crowd together in a room, most of the time (but not always) in the lawyer’s office. […]

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New Coronavirus Scams

Seniors, Beware of New Coronavirus Scams

​Seniors, Beware of New Coronavirus ​Scams​Last Modified The spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) is a real health emergency and we’re all doing our part to keep ourselves and families safe and healthy. Unfortunately, it’s at times of crisis that scammers and con artists look to take advantage of seniors.  The Latest Text ScamMedicare beneficiaries across the […]

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Estate Planning Documents

The Three Key Estate Planning Documents

The Three Key Estate Planning DocumentsEstate planning can require that a client and attorney work through sensitive legal and financial information touching every aspect of a client’s life. At its core, though, clients most often need three essential documents. This article is meant to be an extremely high-level, basic description of these three documents and […]

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healthcare wishes

If Someone Ignores Your Healthcare Wishes, Can You Sue?

If Someone Ignores Your Healthcare Wishes, Can You Sue?​If Someone Ignores Your Healthcare Wishes, Can You Sue?If you’ve done end of life planning, you likely have a document in which you appoint someone to make medical decisions for you if you cannot make them yourself. It also probably communicates your wishes regarding medical treatment in […]

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