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Let the Fun Begin – With Water Safety!

Fri 31 Jul, by on Personal Injury

Let the Fun Begin – With Water Safety!

Now that outdoor restrictions have loosened, and more attractions are opening, it is a good idea to review your personal practices for maintaining water safety, especially when children are involved. Whether you are experiencing a fun-filled day at the beach, pool, or water park, it is important to think about the steps you can take to make sure that you and your family have a safe and enjoyable day. Why Water Safety is Important It …

Strategies For Your Charitable Planning

Wed 29 Jul, by on Estate Planning, Probate

Strategies For Your Charitable Planning

There are many reasons why you may want to give to a charity: You may give because you believe strongly in a cause or organization, but it can also reduce your yearly income tax bill and remove value from your overall estate. If you are considering making a donation, but are unsure of how to proceed, we are here to help. Working closely with other members of your financial team, we can craft a plan …

Elder Abuse Awareness – What To Know

Wed 22 Jul, by on Personal Injury

Elder Abuse Awareness – What To Know

June 15th is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. If you are considering elder care for a loved one and want to make sure the facility is a safe placement, you have questions. You might want to know what research needs to be done or what questions to ask. Chances are you are not an expert in this field, so to help you get a better understanding of how to prevent or handle an neglect situation, …

Estate Planning Considerations for Restaurateurs

Fri 12 Jun, by on Estate Planning, Probate

Estate Planning Considerations for Restaurateurs

If you are a restaurant owner, like most other small business owners, you have many demands on your time. Your schedule may be even more demanding than most, and your working hours may extend far beyond the typical working day. Nevertheless, it is very important for you to set aside some time to create an estate and business succession plan: If you become ill or suddenly pass away, who will run the business in your …

Teen Driving: The Number One Rule of the Road is Safety First

Fri 12 Jun, by on Personal Injury

Teen Driving: The Number One Rule of the Road is Safety First

If you’re the parent of a teen, you are most likely familiar with the anxiety associated with your child obtaining his or her license. Whether your child already has their license or is about to begin this process, you may be experiencing an overwhelming share of the anxiety. Or maybe you remember when you were first getting your license as a teen. Things may have changed since then, but as a parent, the concerns you …

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