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Estate planning and couples is an important topic for all, whether you are married, unmarried, or in a same-sex relationship. Estate planning can be more critical for unmarried couples, as not having a plan could leave the surviving partner unable to make end-of-life or financial decisions for their loved one. It could also leave the […]

Estate Planning, Family, Getting Started

Estate Planning And Couples

Self-care and estate planning actually should go hand in hand. Just as you would plan for your physical health, emotional health, and overall well-being, planning for how your finances are handled after your death or how your health or finances are taken care of if you are unable to do so are both acts of […]

Getting Started, Wills & Trusts

Estate Planning is Self Care

Imagine you are on a road trip. You have been traveling for a very long time and are drained emotionally and physically. As you get the key to your hotel room, all you can think about is resting your head on the soft pillow and drifting off to sweet sleep. But as you open the […]

Getting Started

My Family Will Take Care of Everything When I Die

Yesterday was quite the day. My team executed several wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and other legal documents to help clients prepare for death and unexpected emergencies. ⁣ ⁣⁣ My husband and I updated our will and trust as well. (We are pointing at the super cute box where we stored our shiny new docs.) […]

Getting Started

Attorneys Need Estate Plans Too

Millennial women are powerful. I can say that because I too am a millennial woman. We are highly educated (sometimes from the school of hard knocks), talented, committed, innovative and ready to take on any challenge head-on. Watch out now! The world is changing for women and millennials are leading the way for future generations: […]

Getting Started

Hey, Millennial Women: Estate Planning is for You Too!