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You Don’t Need an Estate Plan

So, who doesn’t need an estate plan? Singles? Married couples without kids? Here’s a list of who doesn’t need an estate plan.

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If the Right People are on the Plane, I Get 23 New Kids

I had friends who were really just a great couple. People loved them so much that many parents asked them to be guardians for their children if they needed it. So many people, in fact, that if the right people were on a plane that went down, my friends would suddenly have twenty-three new kids to take care of.

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Even Singles Need an Estate Plan

Most single people give little thought to an estate plan—most think there is no need for one. But, think about these questions if you are single:

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Protecting Your Family in the New Year

As we turn the corner from 2016 to 2017, I've designed a Family Protection Checklist to help you make sure your family is protected from unexpected challenges and emergencies in the new year. The checklist is essential for parents who . . .

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Trusts Aren't Just for Rich People

Let’s get this out of the way up front: Trusts aren’t just for wealthy people.

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Do You Need a Living Will? How About a Healthcare Power of Attorney?

By thinking ahead and communicating treatment preferences early on, you can prevent arguments and spare those closest to you the anxiety of having to guess your wishes. Most importantly, you will have the opportunity to make very personal health care decisions for yourself.