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  • What is the Probate Court and How Can it be Avoided?
    What is the Probate Court and How Can it be Avoided?

    A frequent question asked by clients at the beginning of the estate planning process concerns how Probate Court can be avoided. Some clients don't have an understanding of the role played by the ...

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  • Where Should Estate Planning Documents be Kept?
    Where Should Estate Planning Documents be Kept?

    We are frequently asked where our clients should keep their estate planning documents after they have been prepared. Some people have read that they should be kept in a safe, others believe that they ...

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  • Is It Time to Review Your Estate Plan?
    Is It Time to Review Your Estate Plan?

    During the estate planning process we always try to emphasize that the process does not end on the day the documents are signed. That is really just the first part of the task. We always like to ...

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  • What Is Our Process?
    What Is Our Process?

    When we are initially contacted by a potential client for estate planning services, one of the first things we discuss is our process for preparing a plan. Many clients we deal with are just beginning ...

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  • Parents of Minor Children Should Plan for the Appointment of a Guardian
    Parents of Minor Children Should Plan for the Appointment of a Guardian

    As estate planning attorneys we are frequently asked when, or even if, someone really needs to do an estate plan. Our go to answer is often – sooner rather than later. That said however, there are ...

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  • Four Things that Could Happen if You Do Not Have an Estate Plan
    Four Things that Could Happen if You Do Not Have an Estate Plan

    There are a surprising number of people that pass each year without an estate plan. Unfortunately, many people have no idea of what might happen if they fail to make even the most minimal of estate ...

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