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A Guide to Protecting Your Digital Assets In Your Estate Plan

In our increasingly digital world, it’s essential for you to consider the protection of your digital assets as part of your comprehensive estate plan. From cherished memories stored in photo albums to valuable financial information kept online, your digital life is a significant component of your legacy. As an estate planning attorney, I understand the…

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The Importance of Car Insurance

The basic personal auto insurance mandated by most U.S. states provides some financial protection if you or another driver using your car causes an accident that damages someone else’s car or property, injures someone or both. But to make the best decisions about purchasing other types of auto insurance coverage you might need, you’ll want…

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What You Must Know About Your Right to Your Spouse’s Retirement Benefits

If you’re part of a blended family (meaning you are married with children from a prior marriage in the mix), you’re no stranger to the extra considerations and planning it takes to keep your family’s life running smoothly – from which parent your children will be with for the holidays to figuring out the schedule…

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The Importance of Records in Personal Injury Cases

When you have been injured in an accident, perhaps record-keeping is the last thing on your mind. However, keeping detailed records of your injuries, the circumstances surrounding your accident, your medical care, and your wage loss can provide crucial support to your legal case. Ideally, record-keeping should start as soon as possible following the accident. If an individual…

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YEAR-END TAX PLANNING STARTS NOW

4 Things to do now to lower your 2023 taxes Make Charitable Gifts Giving back to your community or supporting causes you care about is not only rewarding but can also provide tax benefits if your family’s tax deductions are close to exceeding the standard tax deduction. The standard deduction for 2023 is $12,950 for…

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Teen Drivers, How to Keep Your Child Safe on the Roads

Teen Drivers Millions of Americans across the country use the roads and highways every single day. The reality though is that many of those drivers are new to driving. Teenage drivers get on our roads every day and even though they have managed to do what is necessary to obtain a driver’s license, the sad…

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Understanding the Risk Factors of Drowning

Drowning is a tragic and preventable incident that claims the lives of thousands of individuals each year. As a lawyer, it is crucial to shed light on the risk factors associated with drowning to raise awareness and promote safety. By understanding these factors, we can take necessary precautions to prevent such accidents from happening. In…

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Why “Just a Will” Is Never Enough

When you think of estate planning, a Will is usually the first thing that comes to mind. In fact, most people who contact me tell me they don’t need anything complicated for their estate- just a Will. Indeed, Wills have a reputation as the number one estate planning tool and can be seen all over…

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