In the early hours of March 23, 2013, the United States Senate did something that it had not done since before the release of the iPad: it passed a budget. The Senate also passed dozens of amendments to that budget. Among…more
The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Hollingsworth v. Perry and United States v. Windsor this week, sharply reminding us of the legal rights, privileges, and protections that are automatically afforded to…more
If you’ve given some thought to your estate plan, chances are you know that assets can be divided into two categories: “probate” and “non-probate.” Knowing the difference between these two types of assets is crucial and can…more
It’s that time of year again – the time when we all collectively resolve to spend a little more at the gym, enjoy a lot more time with our families, read that book, take that vacation, and get our financial houses in order. In…more
Can you leave an inheritance to a loved one with a drug or alcohol problem without funding the addiction? You have options…more
What happens when someone dies leaving two or more versions of a Last Will and Testament? How does the probate court decide which Will to admit to probate?…more
Marriage and divorce change more than just your family circumstances; they can impact your estate planning and perhaps even the validity of certain portions of your Last Will and Testament. Do you know the effect of marriage…more
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