Blog Posts in 2015

  • I'm So Young! Do I Really Need to Start Creating My Estate Plan?

    || 24-Aug-2015

    If you're young, the top priorities on your mind are probably education, advancing your career, traveling the world, or meeting new people. Understandably, you aren't very likely to be worrying about the far end of your future, especially when it comes to planning out your estate. As distant or unrelated as a topic as estate planning might seem right now, that does not make it any less ...
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  • Can You Afford an Estate Planning Lawyer?

    || 17-Jul-2015

    Many individuals are faced with this question. In their review of legal documents, trying to do a will or responding to inquiries (from relatives, beneficiaries or taxing agencies), this question often arises. Thinking of saving money (who doesn't want this) they reply, "No." With a "do-it-yourself" rush, they ignorantly plunge headlong into areas better left to the ...
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  • Fight Over Spanish Will Shows Value in Probate Attorneys

    || 23-Jan-2015

    The four daughters of industrialist Julio Muñoz Ramonet have been locked in a court battle with the Spanish city of Barcelona for over two decades over the validity of their father's. Why? His most recent, unknown will left all the property to the city. This extensive litigation process highlights why it is so important to hire and retain an estate planning attorney that you trust to ...
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