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Protecting Your Parents From Undue Influence During Covid and Beyond



Today, we want to focus on one of the major risks of not being “in the know” when it comes to your parents’ estate planning matters: the undue influence of bad actors.

Re-Opening Your Business? Risks and Liabilities to Consider

As a business owner, you may be wondering what risks you may be taking on, not just health-wise, but legally, by reopening. You're not alone.

Should You (or Your Parents) Be in the Stock Market Now?

Now is the time for you to get connected to your investments, even if they are in a retirement account and invested through a broker or advisor.

Online Wills? When You Should, When You Shouldn't and Where to Do It

It could be tempting to think you can do your estate planning yourself. Online estate planning could be a big trap for the unwary and leave your family worse off than if you had done nothing at all.

A Map to Doing the Right Thing for the People You Love During the COVID-19 Pandemic

We are facing the reality of our mortality, and many of us are doing it courageously by taking this as an opportunity to learn what we need to do for the people we love.

The Most Important Legal and Financial Actions To Take Right Now

Here are actions you can, and should, take to ensure you and your family are protected both legally and financially.

How To Get Access to Your COVID Stimulus Money

The CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) sends money directly to Americans. So let’s look at how you can access these funds.

4 Tips For Discussing Estate Planning With Your Family This Holiday Season

Though it might not seem like it, the holidays can also be a good time to discuss estate planning. In fact, with everyone you love—from the youngest to the oldest—gathered together under one roof, the holidays provide the ideal opportunity to talk about planning.


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