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When Should I Seek Legal Advice for my Business?

September 5, 2020
Business Law

Whether you already have your own business or are considering starting one, working with a reliable, experienced lawyer can be the difference between success and failure. There are plenty of steps in starting and running your business that could be made simpler and smoother when you seek legal advice from a Carroll County business attorney. […]

Family Business Succession Planning

August 3, 2020
Business Law

What will happen to your business if something happens to you? You’ll need a succession plan so that your business can continue running without interruption. When your business is owned and operated by those within your family and you want to ensure it stays that way once you’re gone, developing a plan for the future […]

9 Estate Planning Terms Explained

July 2, 2020
Estate Planning

If you’re overwhelmed by the thought of estate planning, you’re not alone. Many Americans put off establishing their Will and estate plan simply because they don’t know much about what these legal processes entail. Documenting your wishes regarding the future care and security of your family once you’re no longer there to provide for them […]

Does My Will’s Beneficiary Have to be a Family Member?

June 4, 2020
Uncategorized

Estate planning is about more than just distributing your assets. It’s also about providing for the ones you love and ensuring your property and assets are handled as you wish after your death. It’s your decision to choose who will inherit your assets, but what if you are estranged from your family? What if you […]

Do I Need to Include Digital Assets in my Will?

May 6, 2020
Wills

As the world becomes increasingly focused on technology, many people are realizing that their assets aren’t just physical items like vehicles or furniture, and that some are actually housed in a digital space. Whether or not you should include these digital assets in your Will depends on their significance to you and how you want […]

Is it Too Late to Begin Estate Planning?

April 1, 2020
Estate Planning

Estate planning is something that—understandably– most people do not like to think about; no one likes to contemplate their death. But while it may be an uncomfortable subject to address, planning for the care of your family and your assets once you are no longer there yourself is essential. Some older people may assume that […]

7 Things to Include in Your Will

March 3, 2020
Estate Planning

Most people know that they need to have a will, but have not begun estate planning, simply because they do not know where to start. Having a will written is an important part of this process, as it is the legal document that expresses your wishes regarding the distribution of your property and care of […]

Am I Too Young to Worry About Estate Planning?

February 3, 2020
Estate Planning

Many people understand the need to plan for what will happen to their family and possessions after they die, but they believe that the time and place to think about that is far in the future. Unfortunately, a fatal accident, injury, or illness can occur at any time and any place – even when we’re […]

4 Questions to Ask Your Estate Planning Attorney

January 2, 2020
Estate Planning

Making plans for what will happen to your children, finances, and assets after you die can be uncomfortable, but estate planning is essential to ensuring your family is provided for once you are gone. With the right attorney, your comfort and best interests will be their top priority, making the process easier to navigate. Here […]

The Difference Between Wills and Trusts

December 4, 2019
Estate Planning

You’ve likely heard both of these terms before, but Wills and Trusts are two different devices that are useful in estate planning. They can be used to serve different purposes or be used together to create a more complete and comprehensive estate plan. Let’s take a look at the differences between the two to better […]

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