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court reform
Constitutional Law

What’s the Big Deal About Supreme Court Reform?

In this video, Cindy discusses why the current President’s election promises regarding “Supreme Court reform,” as well as his recent statements and Executive Order, are a big deal. Other articles/videos you may find interesting: How Much Money Is Needed for Long-Term Care? Mind Your Business …

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Elder Law

Probate Even When There’s a Trust

I came across this article the other day and thought it was worth sharing and discussing because the situation comes up A LOT! Here’s the beginning of the article: Dear Len & Rosie, Mother died and my sisters and I are her co-executors and co-trustees. …

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Bump stocks
Constitutional Law

Are Bump Stocks Legal Again?

In this video, Cindy discusses the current state of bump stock law. On the day after Christmas in 2018, the ATF reversed its previous rulings that bump stocks were not covered under the National Firearms Act, and passed a rule that made thousands of people …

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Estate Planning

Workshops Discontinued as of April 2021

We’ve been offering free estate planning and elder law workshops for months – even during the COVID pandemic. But we’ve decided to stop offering workshops to the public at this time (we will still work with financial advisors to give private workshops to their clients). Why? …

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Don't wait until it's too late
Elder Law

Don’t Wait Until it’s Too Late

In this video, Cindy discusses why you should regularly review your estate planning documents. You may discover you don’t have what you think you do. Other articles/videos you may find interesting: Gun Trusts Are Not a Shield Don’t Put Money into Property You Don’t Own …

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Estate Planning

Should Your Attorney Keep Your Original Will?

When I was a newly-minted lawyer, I sought and welcomed advice from more experienced estate planning attorneys. I still do. Over and over again I heard “Keep your client’s original Will.” When I asked why, I received many answers, among them: Clients lose them; Clients …

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Mind Your Business
Estate Planning

Mind Your Business

In this video, Cindy discusses why you need to take your business seriously, maintain all the appropriate documentation, and disclose your ownership interests and any requested documents with your estate planning attorney to avoid potential future problems. Other articles/videos you may find interesting: Preparing to …

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Elder Law

How Much Money Is Needed for Long-Term Care?

You have a few options when it comes to affording the whopping expense that is long-term care.

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You might not get what's in mom's will
Estate Planning

Why You Might Not Get What’s in Mom’s Will

In this video, Cindy discusses why sometimes beneficiaries don’t actually receive what Mom left them in her Will. Other articles/videos you may find interesting: Death Quest: The Morbid Scavenger Hunt Beware of COVID-19 Vaccine Scams ***Want to learn more about how to protect your family …

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Estate Planning

Why Would I Need a Durable Power of Attorney?

A power of attorney is a document that lets you appoint a person or an organization to handle the financial and medical decisions on your behalf, when you are not able to because of sickness or death. The person or the organization is called the attorney-in-fact or the agent. POA is given to someone whom you can trust with your life.

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You wonder whether your granddaughter will think of you fondly when you’re not around anymore.

You want to make sure someone will love and care for your dog, horse, or parrot when you can’t.

Your spouse doesn’t share your love for guns, and you fear your collection could be sold for almost nothing – or even destroyed – instead of being passed on to your children or others who share your passion.

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