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Powerful Provisions in Your Financial Power of Attorney

In a financial power of attorney, you designate a trusted decision maker (agent or attorney-in-fact) to act on your behalf if you become disabled or unable to manage your financial affairs. Depending on the provisions you choose to include, your agent may have the...

How to Keep Your Child’s Inheritance Out of Your In-Law’s Hands

About 40 to 50 percent of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. Regardless of how you feel about your child’s spouse, you must face the possibility that they could become your child’s ex-spouse. Should that day come, the money you leave to your child could be subject to a division of marital assets. But with careful estate planning, your child’s inheritance can be kept safely out of the hands of their spouse or former spouse.


CORONAVIRUS AID, RELIEF, AND ECONOMIC SECURITY ACT - "THE CARES ACT" Last evening the U.S. Senate passed a $2.2 trillion spending bill to support the economy.  Included in this bill are forgivable small business loans, a very important part of the bill, which will...

3 Liability Planning Tips for Physicians

You probably know that the practice of medicine is a profession fraught with the risk of liability. It’s not just medical malpractice claims either (although those are certainly scary enough). It’s the entire scope of risk from being in business, including...


The 10 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes People Make
(And How to Avoid Them)