Tag Archives: Power of Attorney

“My parents aren’t getting any younger. How do I talk to them about Estate Planning?”

It’s Monday! That means its the start of a new “work” week and time to get things done! I was talking to a client last week (let’s call her Cristina), a wife and mother of two young children. We were … Continue reading

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“Intangible” Estate Planning– its not in the paperwork

Will Trust Revocable Trust Health Care Directive Power of Attorney You have probably heard these words a million times when it comes to estate planning. Those words are key in estate planning. They take your assets and distribute it to … Continue reading

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Estate Planning For Young Adults

As the first half of the school year comes to an end and decisions about what college to attend are being made, what happens once your teen turns 18?? Well, once a child turns 18, parents lose the legal ability … Continue reading

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