13 Estate Planning Terms You Need to Know

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Estate planning is not just for the wealthy, it is something every adult should do. Estate planning can help you accomplish any number of goals, including appointing guardians for minor children, choosing healthcare agents to make decisions for you should you become ill, minimizing taxes so you can pass more wealth onto your family members, and stating how and to whom you would like to pass your estate on to when you pass away.

The Future of Eldercare is Bright

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An organization called Hogeweykh is spreading the initiative to support all elderly individuals in living their best lives “with and despite their limitations due to dementia” with their care concept.

What I’m Learning

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My goal of a client centered law practice of Estate Planning, Elder Law, Probate… philosophy is premised on empathy first and foremost, the ability to empathize with someone who has lived experiences different from mine.

Single? You Still Need an Estate Plan

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Estate planning is just as important for single people as it is for couples and families. Estate planning allows you to ensure that your property will go to the people you want, in the way you want, and when you want. If you do not have an estate plan, the state will decide who gets your property and who will make decisions for you should you become incapacitated, and these aren’t necessarily the choices you would have wanted. Contact me at 954-515-0101 to find out what estate planning documents you need to assure your wishes will be carried out and those you care about will be protected.

How does an LLC Really Work?

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The limited liability company (LLC) is a popular business structure for new businesses, but what does it really mean to own an LLC? It can provide unique opportunities to customize business ownership to fit your specific needs and circumstances. Here is what you should know about LLC ownership.

5 Ways Your Will Can Become Useless, Or Close to It

A Way Your Will Can Become Useless, Or Close to It

While wills do not have expiration dates, certain changes can render them useless. When this happens, having an out-of-date will can be the same as having no will at all. It is important to review your will periodically to ensure it still does what you want. We examine five ways your will can become out-of-date

ASSET PROTECTION

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Business owners and entrepreneurs must use asset protection strategies to minimize risk to personal assets from creditor’s claims and litigation. Here a a few strategies to use to protect your assets!

Meeting during the Covid-19 crisis

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Some exciting news that I want to share — we will be able to meet in our office- in person — very soon! I am still social distancing, so Zoom meetings and “Drive-By” signings are still available — but we are making progress!

A Bit of Relief for Retirement Account Owners

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The coronavirus pandemic caused the stock market to tumble, depleting many retirement accounts. RMDs for this year would be based on the value of the account at the end of 2019, when the account likely had more money in it because the stock market was at a high point. Although the market has rallied somewhat, it still isn’t back to where it was at the end of 2019.

Spare your Heirs Undue Stress

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Organize your wishes so your heirs don’t have undue stress.

Open to download my Ultimate Organizer PDF so that your family will have less stress during a very stressful time.