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New Year’s Pledge: Avoiding Intestacy and the Probate Courts

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Like diet and exercise, estate planning is often at the top of New Year’s Resolutions. Just as the diet fades by St. Patrick’s day, and trips to the gym stop with the onset of warmer weather, estate planning never seems to get planned. This is not good because, in some cases, it can lead… Read More »

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Conservatorships for the Rich and Famous

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Conservator – (noun) one that preserves from injury or violation: protector. In a probate court, a conservator wields significant power over the money of a protected individual. This post explores the infamous conservatorship over the ultra-bankable pop-superstar Britany Spears. Perhaps because of her well-documented antics as a young superstar 17-years ago, Ms. Spears has… Read More »

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Estate Planning During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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H.P. Lovecraft, the popular horror fiction writer, once wrote, “[t]he oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and that oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.” The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has forced us to confront our innate fear of mortality, head on. What, with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the… Read More »

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