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  • Estate Plans Should Spell Out Funeral and Burial Wishes Ease your family's burden when you pass by making your burial wishes clear. Consider your options, make arrangements, and include direction in your estate plan.
  • Commit to Your Estate Plan Before Committing to a Trip Away “What are you doing for the summer?” This is one of the most popular questions being asked here in South Florida now that school is about over. Trips to camps, cruises, cooler climates, and almost anywhere else away from the heat and humidity are the discussions around the dinner tables. Still, tourists flood our airports …
  • Planning for the Succession of Your Family Owned Business It may be hard to think about the business you started going on without you, but you can ensure its continued success by planning for the future now.
  • How (and Why) to Disinherit a Child or Grandchild As much as it was fun to write about Generational Wisdom in 32 Questions, many families have different challenges that are not so heart-warming. For example, there may come a time when a child or grandchild’s behavior warrants their removal from your estate plan. Such a decision normally does not come lightly and the person …
  • Why Startups Need Lawyers, Not Legal Templates When growth and funding are top priorities, it is wise to not let legal soundness fall to the wayside. Not surprisingly, 1 in 10 startups fails due to overlooked legal issues. Without a lawyer looking out for your best interests, it’s easy to miss common legal mishaps that pose a threat to any startup. Mistake …
  • Options for Sustainable Growth of Your New Business Once you have successfully launched your business, you need to look ahead to options for growth. We provide some options here and explain how we can help.
  • Generational Wisdom in 32 Questions Generational wisdom is probably one of my favorite topics and one of the most rewarding parts of my practice. I was lucky enough to know three of my great-grandparents. In fact, my grandmother’s father, Grandpa Jack, taught me how to throw a baseball. My grandfather’s mother, Grandma Ida, introduced me to the _____ of chicken …
  • 3 Steps Toward Opening a New Business Location Opening a new business location is an exciting venture. It also comes with inherent risks. A new site can increase profits and brand exposure, but it also opens up possibilities for failure. Rushing into expansion and opening a new location can do more harm than good if proper preparations are not made. Increase your chances …
  • The Importance of Leaving a Will and Estate Plan Even after death, celebrities are highly publicized for their mistakes, many of which we make ourselves. This time last year, superstar musician Prince died suddenly, leaving no will, and the management of his substantial estate fraught with legal complications and added costs. It’s easy to assume that the wealthiest among us have all their ducks …
  • Options for Grandparent Legal Rights Even if you are your grandchildren's primary caregiver, you do not have legal rights to make certain decisions unless you actively seek them. We can help.