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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 …

Celebrate Single Parent Day: Take Steps to Provide for Your Kids’ Future

Thu 11 Jun, by on Estate Planning, Probate

Celebrate Single Parent Day: Take Steps to Provide for Your Kids’ Future

In 1984, Congress issued a resolution, signed by President Reagan, establishing March 21st as National Single Parent Day: a day devoted to recognizing the dedication of single parents, who make self-sacrificial efforts to care for their children’s needs and encouraging family members, friends, and communities to help provide an optimal environment for their children. As a single parent, you should feel proud of your efforts to nurture and care for your children. Here are a …

Your Vacation Checklist

Thu 11 Jun, by on Estate Planning, Probate

Your Vacation Checklist

You’ve packed sunblock and a beach novel. You’ve planned your itinerary and bought plane tickets. But have you ensured that your estate plan is up to date? Don’t leave home without making sure your financial health and the future of your loved ones is provided for. It’s even more crucial than getting a pet sitter and locking the front door. Creating an Estate Plan If you don’t have an estate plan yet, don’t panic. Now …

Pay Close Attention To The Title, It Matters

Mon 8 Jun, by on Estate Planning, Probate

Pay Close Attention To The Title, It Matters

Whether you have recently purchased, inherited, received a gift of real estate, or owned real estate for decades, understanding how your real estate is currently owned (or “titled”) can help you understand the level of control and asset protection available to you, as well as what will happen to your real estate upon your death. Ways to Own Real Estate Individually One of the most common ways people own real estate is individually, meaning the …

Special Planning Considerations For Your Spouse

Mon 8 Jun, by on Estate Planning, Probate

Special Planning Considerations For Your Spouse

You have searched for and found the love of your life, maybe your first love, or maybe after a previous relationship or marriage. As you have built your life together, you have probably weathered your fair share of storms and grown stronger because of them. To prepare for the future and the possibility of no longer being around for your spouse, it is important that you plan now to protect the surviving spouse later. As …

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