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Whether you know it or not (and whether you like it or not), you have a digital “estate” comprised of assets (with financial and/or personal …

Many of us have felt helpless watching a loved one struggle in the end-of-life stage.  There can be an incalculable emotional toll on the family …

We get this question quite a bit.  Unfortunately, while these legal documents have rather similar names, they are quite different with respect to the estate …

What is a “Reverse Mortgage”? A reverse mortgage is a loan that allows homeowners who are at least 62 years of age to borrow against …

Second marriages can present unique challenges when it comes to estate planning, particularly if you or your new spouse have children from previous marriages. Let’s …

Fewer than one-third of family businesses survive into the next generation, while less than 15 percent make it to the third generation. Don’t follow the …

Online payment apps such as Venmo, Zelle, PayPal and Cash App have made it easier–in an increasingly cashless and contactless world–to give money to others. …

The topic of caregivers often comes up in Elder Law and Special Needs Planning contexts. Serving as a caregiver typically means you are charged with …

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