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  • Use Estate Planning to Ensure Your Legacy Doesn’t Get Erased

    When you think about those loved ones who’ve passed away, you probably don’t think very much—or even at all—about the “things” they’ve left you. And when they do leave something behind, what you likely cherish most about the object are the memories and feelings it evokes, not the thing itself. 
  • 3 Major Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a New Business

    Whether it’s your very first or your tenth, if you’re looking to start a new business venture, you have two options: 1) build your own from scratch or 2) buy an existing one. And while many entrepreneurs dream of building their own company from the ground up, the reality is, launching a brand-new business can be incredibly difficult.
  • Avoid These 2 Common Causes For Dispute Over Your Estate Plan—Part 2

    In the first part of this series, we discussed one of the most frequent causes for dispute over your estate plan. Here, we’ll look at another leading cause for dispute and offer strategies for its prevention.
  • Safeguard Your Children’s Inheritance With a Lifetime Asset Protection Trust

    To demonstrate how LAPTs can provide protection to families of all asset profiles, here we’ll describe another true story involving a tragic—yet much more relatable—life scenario. While the following events are entirely true, the individual’s name has been changed for privacy protection.
  • Protect Your Family From Wealth’s Dark Side With a Lifetime Asset Protection Trust

    When you create your estate plan, the idea that one of your adult children would ever use their inheritance to bankroll a cult is probably something you’d never dream of, much less anticipate. Yet that’s exactly what 40-year-old Clare Bronfman, heiress to the multi-billion-dollar Seagram’s fortune, did with hers. In the end, with her inheritance—and the power that came with it—she was led her down a dark path that seems almost too outlandish to be true.
  • The first article on how to avoid disputes over your estate

    No matter how well you think you know your loved ones, it’s impossible to predict exactly how they’ll behave when you die or if you become incapacitated. Of course, no one wants to believe their family would ever end up battling one another in court over inheritance issues or a loved one’s life-saving medical treatment, but the fact is, we see it all the time.
  • The Real Cost To Your Family of Failed Estate Planning: Not Updating Your Plan

    This is the third in an ongoing series of the articles discussing the true costs and consequences of failed estate planning. The series highlights a few of the most common—and costly—planning mistakes we encounter with clients. If the series exposes any potential gaps or weak spots in your plan, meet with us, your neighborhood Personal Family Lawyer, to learn how to do the right thing for the people you love.
  • Join us August 31, 2019 at 10:30 am for a Free Seminar on Kids Protection Planning

    Parents!

    Do you know what would happen to your children if something happened to you? Would they have immediate access to your assets?
  • The Real Cost To Your Family: Having No Estate Plan At All

    Learn how your family may be at substantial risk if you fail to plan your estate.
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