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There were so many estate planning mistakes made in the scenario I wrote about in my last posting.   First of all, it’s probably not wise...

The most interesting customer of the day today was a mother and her adult daughter who came in and asked for Probate assistance.  We’ll call...

Legal documents can be extremely complicated, especially if you are unfamiliar with all the legal terms included in these documents. When you need to make...

Wills vs. Trusts Often we will put off what we don’t understand and that includes our legal affairs. Most people are often overwhelmed when it comes...

By Keith Maderer

While every parent wishes their family would remain civil and friendly after they pass, it is one of the most common problems after a death. Here are some ways to avoid the problems or settle them if they should arise. Use these four methods to help keep your loved ones working together, especially during the emotional and traumatic times that usually surround the death of a loved one.