Monthly Archives: March 2013

Does Your Estate Plan Match Your Fashion Sense?

Yesterday on our radio show, “Estate Planning with the Dana Law Firm,” Matt Dana made a comment about the pink tie that Rilus Dana was wearing, and compared the fashion styles of father and son. The “old-school” Matt was dressed … Continue reading

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Why People Avoid Estate Planning (Infographic)

There are several reasons the average Joe or every day American avoids the preparation of their Estate Plan. As estate planning lawyers we have heard every excuse in the book. Some of the most popular excuses include the following: “I … Continue reading

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Guardianship over an Incapacitated Adult

If you live with or are just taking care of an aging parent, you might have already realized that this can be a difficult task. Not only is it physically demanding to meet the needs of an aging parent, but … Continue reading

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IRS’ new Offer-in-Compromise

Do you have a tax obligation wherein you owe a significant amount of money to the IRS? If so, you might be able to benefit from the new Streamlined Offer in Compromise from the IRS. This new process has many … Continue reading

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Social Media After Death

Here is an interesting blog entry by Michael Loatman at Bloomberg BNA. Who should be legally allowed to obtain access to your e-mail and facebook accounts after you die? That is a question that is finally beginning to find its … Continue reading

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Helping Veterans Receive their Benefits

Are you a Veteran of the armed forces, living with a Veteran, know a  Veteran? If so, are they receiving all the benefits they deserve? Today there are over 22 million Veterans living in the United State, and 9 million … Continue reading

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