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A word or two about ethics brings the comfort of confidentiality

Posted on: June 1st, 2010
But when considering the larger decisions in life, opening the books on a lifetime of financial acquisitions, debts, and concerns to a total stranger can lead some people to avoid involving a lawyer when making long term plans....

First String or Second String..They should all be good

Posted on: May 10th, 2010
Typically a client builds a team of advisors to pull all the planning and implementation pieces together. We all know that selecting this first team of advisors is very important. ...

Take your's Good For You

Posted on: April 30th, 2010
Americans just do not like to discuss estate planning. Supposedly 7 out of 10 of us have no plan. Of the 3 who do, what are the chances that the plan is up to date?...

Why is better than an attorney

Posted on: April 13th, 2010
use are an important part of the complete plan, but are really just a secondary part of my service. Preparing documents using LegalZoom or other web based programs is infinitely better than doing nothing at all, but an estate planning attorney provides well informed advice and delivers far more than just a set of forms....

The children get stuck with the work

Posted on: April 2nd, 2010
My clients often find themselves with "Boomer" burdens. Suddenly, they find themselves having to care for an aging parent who just can't manage anymore....

How to eat an elephant

Posted on: March 24th, 2010
In our legal practice, it is often the best way to describe the challenge of estate planning. It’s not a simple fast foot dish to take on. Instead, estate planning is the proverbial “elephant” and the successful plan will address your estate plan much like the old “how to eat an elephant answer…….you take it one bite at a time.”...
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