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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 …

Important Considerations for Beneficiary Designations of Life Insurance Policies

Thu 23 Jul, by on Estate Planning, Probate

Important Considerations for Beneficiary Designations of Life Insurance Policies

Life insurance is often one of the most important parts of an estate plan. People usually purchase life insurance to prevent their spouse, children, or other dependents from suffering financial hardship if they die unexpectedly. You may think that all you need to do is simply write in the name of the person you would like to receive the proceeds from your life insurance policy on the beneficiary designation section of your paperwork and forget …

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, …

Planning For Your Family’s Education

Mon 13 Jul, by on Estate Planning, Probate

Planning For Your Family’s Education

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the cost for undergraduate tuition, fees, room, and board at public institutions increased 31 percent between the 2006–2007 and 2016–2017 academic years, adjusted for inflation. During that same time period, prices at private nonprofit institutions increased 24 percent, adjusted for inflation. As you look ahead to your own family’s academic future, what will the cost be when your child or grandchild decides to enroll in post-secondary education? …

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