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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 […]

How Estate Planning Can Give You Peace of Mind

October 2, 2019
Estate Planning

Having an estate plan in place is highly beneficial to you and your family. Though some people may not feel that a thorough estate planning is necessary, it’s far better to be prepared than to leave your family guessing after you’re gone. Let’s take a look at how making these preparations with a reliable estate […]

3 Questions to Ask About A Power of Attorney

December 3, 2018
Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document that gives legal authority to a person (the “attorney-in-fact”) to act on behalf of the principal (the person signing the POA) when the principal is unable to do so. A Power of Attorney can be used to make decisions about finances, business, real estate, and other […]

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