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Asset Protection - Click here to view all posts
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  • What Is Asset Protection & Why Is It Important?
    Considering the fact that you have worked hard to earn your assets, you're going to want to employ certain strategies that will shield them from foreseeable and unforeseeable problems such as ...
Divorce - Click here to view all posts
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  • How Is Child Custody Decided in a Divorce?
    If you are considering filing for divorce, or are currently going through legal process of one, you may be wondering what happens next. One of the biggest challenges of divorce is deciding which ...
Estate Planning - Click here to view all posts
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Family Law - Click here to view all posts
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  • How Is Child Custody Decided in a Divorce?
    If you are considering filing for divorce, or are currently going through legal process of one, you may be wondering what happens next. One of the biggest challenges of divorce is deciding which ...
Guardianships - Click here to view all posts
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Probate - Click here to view all posts
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  • Is It Possible to Avoid Probate?
    Most wills need to be taken to probate court, even if no one wants to contest it. The process involves reviewing the will in its entirety, sniffing out any errors, finding the value of certain assets, ...
  • Why Have an Attorney Help With Probate?
    The process of probate is one that has a reputation for being difficult and even the simplest of mistakes can set back the will from continuing forward. Some of this can be avoided in the initial ...
Trusts - Click here to view all posts
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  • What Do I Need to Include in My Estate Plan?
    Most people assume that having a will is all that they need for their estate plan. However, there is a lot more that goes into creating a well-rounded estate plan. Your estate plan should be designed ...
  • Wills vs. Trusts: Which Is Right for Me?
    When you have worked hard to save your money and invest your assets, you want those assets to be safe, you want them to grow, and you want to be able to live a comfortable retirement and generally ...
Wills - Click here to view all posts
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  • What Do I Need to Include in My Estate Plan?
    Most people assume that having a will is all that they need for their estate plan. However, there is a lot more that goes into creating a well-rounded estate plan. Your estate plan should be designed ...
  • What Happens if I Die Without a Will?
    When an individual dies without a will, he or she has died "intestate," which means intestacy laws of the state where you reside will determine how your property will be distributed, ...
  • Wills vs. Trusts: Which Is Right for Me?
    When you have worked hard to save your money and invest your assets, you want those assets to be safe, you want them to grow, and you want to be able to live a comfortable retirement and generally ...
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