Monthly Archives: November 2013

Guardianship for a Special Needs Child Approaching Adulthood

When a person reaches the age of 18, he or she legally becomes an adult and has the right to make his or her own medical and lifestyle decisions – for example, how often to go to the doctor, which … Continue reading

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Why do I need a pre-nuptial (or post-nuptial) agreement

Prenuptial agreements have been unfairly characterized as “unromantic”.  To the contrary, a prenuptial agreement, a.k.a. premarital agreement, is a very important part of the multitude of considerations in preparation for a marriage relationship.  Proper planning will remove a lot of … Continue reading

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Separation of Powers when Planning for Minor Children

A very common objective in creating an estate plan is to make sure minor children are taken care of if something happened to their parents. Guardians can be appointed in a Will which would clarify who would take care of … Continue reading

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Wills for Veterans – One Week from Today

Next Monday, November 11th we will be celebrating our 4th annual Wills for Veterans Program. We will be opening up six (6) of our office locations to provide a FREE Last Will and Testament to Veterans or Active Military Personnel … Continue reading

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