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Estate Planning Is Not a Do-It-Yourself Project

We live in a do-it-yourself society. Many people believe they can eliminate the need for an attorney by using web-based services and computer software to… Continue Reading

Tricky Insurance Companies

I am sick and tired of insurance companies taking advantage of people before they have a chance to talk to an attorney. For years, one… Continue Reading

Why Is It Important To Plan While You Can?

Lack of planning can create anxiety and leave your family at risk. Chances are that you have been reading my estate planning articles for over… Continue Reading

Watch Your Language!

Sometimes, language in an employer's insurance policy spells trouble for people filing for long-term disability Insurance companies always seem to be trying everything they can… Continue Reading

Do You Need an Advance Health Care Directive With HIPAA?

By the time that most people need to have their legal affairs in order, it's usually too late. Unfortunately, the majority of people are failing… Continue Reading

Don't Be "That" Parent At Your Kid's Soccer Game

My son Matt (14) absolutely loves soccer. I've experienced every side of it (parent, coach, player, referee, you name it), so I always look forward… Continue Reading

Do I Need a Power Of Attorney?

When I speak about estate planning, people tend to think that it's limited to documents for death and dying. So, what about the period when… Continue Reading

More Mistakes That Can Cost You Your Long-Term Disability Case!

Choosing the wrong date of disability. The insurance definition of disability is contained in each policy, and each policy is different. Usually, it is a… Continue Reading

5 Dangerous Holes In Your Estate Plan

Dangerous Hole #1 Disability Planning. You have two children who live within 30 minutes of you. Your third child lives out of state. You suffer… Continue Reading

Cash For Elderly Veterans Secret Benefits From the VA

Do you know a veteran or a surviving spouse of a veteran who could use up to $1,000 to $2,000 per month tax free to… Continue Reading

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