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Common Estate Planning Questions

Common Estate Planning Questions     What is Probate? Probate is the process through which an executor or administrator gathers the assets of a deceased person, pays their taxes and their debts, and finally transfers any remaining assets to the decedent’s...

So You Think You Need an Expert: A Cautionary Tale (Part II)

So You Think You Need an Expert: A Cautionary Tale Part II: How to Choose an Expert   A. Can We Use Our Pediatrician? Your pediatrician is your child’s regular physician. They perform health exams, do wellness checkups, give vaccinations, and diagnose and treat...

Special Needs Trusts for People with Disabilities

Special Needs Trusts for People with Disabilities     What is a Special Needs Trust? A Special Needs Trust (SNT) is an estate planning tool that permits parents, grandparents, guardians, or a court to set aside money or property or both for the person with a...

So You Think You Need an Expert: A Cautionary Tale

So You Think You Need an Expert: A Cautionary Tale   Part I: Mistakes Parents Make When Seeking a Better IEP or 504 Plan Parents may know their children best, but it is virtually impossible for a parent to have the training and experience to identify and assess...

AVOIDING INTESTACY: KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

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