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Young Adults and Estate Planning

It is fairly typical for young adults, even those with professional careers aged thirty or more, to believe they are too young to concern themselves with estate planning. Young adults in their twenties and thirties often think they don't own…

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Appointing Your Legal Representatives

If the coronavirus pandemic has taught us anything, it is that life is uncertain. Too many aging Americans found themselves with a life-threatening COVID-19 illness in 2020 without legal documents naming trusted love ones to make decisions for their well-being…

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How to Settle an Estate in Absence of a Will

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, overall percentages of older Americans without a will, in essence, remain the same. Younger adults with a will show an increase of sixty-three percent comparative to pre-pandemic times. This 18 – 34 year old demographic is…

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How Aging Affects Sleep

We often hear from our elders – "I had a terrible sleep last night." Or perhaps "I kept waking up with my mind racing and couldn't fall back to sleep." Sleep patterns tend to change, and that is perfectly normal…

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The Importance a Letter of Intent

A letter of intent (LOI) can address many issues in both business and in more personal realms. Your LOI is a valuable piece in your estate planning, and although it is an informal letter, it can more fully represent your…

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