Our attorneys and staff are happy to share what they have learned about estate planning and elder law in these thoughtful blog posts. Take advantage of their experience and knowledge no matter where you are in the planning process yourself!

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  • A Lesson Olivia Newton-John Can Teach Us. With a terminal diagnosis, people are faced with the concept of mortality. It’s a subject that we act like it won’t happen if we never talk about it.
  • Goodfellas: A Little Bit of Estate Planning, Mafia-style. Let's take a look at some estate planning for our favorite mobsters, the "Good fellas" themselves.
  • Estate Planning Lessons from the Kardashians You need a new estate plan if you get divorced or break up with your partner!
  • Die Hard Diagnosis Estate Planning isn’t always about death. Sometimes it is about things that many consider to be worse than death.
  • Estate Planning for Cryptocurrency There are available tax savings if you have cryptocurrency but be careful – there are lots of ways to screw this up and even lose your crypto for good!
  • This plane is going down!  While I was contemplating the possibility of us crashing into the Atlantic Ocean, I started to think about what would happen. It’s the nature of my business.
  • A Sticky Mess! Tony Hsieh, the newly retired CEO of Zappos, left his Will on thousands of sticky notes. Find out how well that holds up in court in this blog!
  • I would do anything for an estate plan. Renowned singer Meatloaf passed away on January 20, 2022 at the age of 74. This blog is based on the estate plan I would recommend to him if he came to my firm.
  • Golden Girl Gone Before 2021 came to a close it needed to deliver one last blow to us all. It took the life of the beloved Betty White, just weeks before her 100th birthday.
  • What Happened to Your Estate, Brittany Murphy? Brittany was smart enough to create an estate plan, but she missed one crucial step. Now, her wishes were not carried out the way she intended them to be.
  • When the unexpected happens... An article by Kelly James, really moved me. To the point where I had to stop reading for a bit and start again later because I didn’t want to cry at the office.
  • The WORST part of my job. Want to know what the WORST part of my job is? Here’s a hint: it has to do with reviewing documents drafted by lawyers who didn’t know what they were doing.