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Estate Planning for Parents with Children on the Spectrum

Planning for the future of your children Parenting involves much planning. The simplicity of making your own plan, or one for you and your spouse or significant other, disappears when kids come into picture. Parents quickly realize that their role is more of logistician for the children than anything else. Indeed, when my children were [...]

By | October 18th, 2017|Estate Planning|0 Comments

Planning is Key to Survival

Why now is the best time to implement your hurricane plan Planning for a natural disaster is never easy. In South Florida we usually get notice of an impending hurricane. Unlike the earthquakes of the West Coast and the tornados in the Midwest, hurricanes are tracked from the time they form. With proper planning, some [...]

By | October 9th, 2017|Estate Planning|0 Comments

How Legal Planning Helps Build a Strong Blended Family

In our house, we always refer to ourselves as a modern family. We joke that the post office must get confused because we have three last names in the house. No, we have not taken in renters. We are a blended family. When I married my lovely wife, I was immediately blessed with step-fatherhood because [...]

By | October 4th, 2017|Estate Planning, Legal Strategy|0 Comments

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 [...]

By | June 7th, 2017|Estate Planning|0 Comments