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Preparing for Divorce: How to Tell the Kids divorce Feb 21, 2022

She sat in my office, resolute that she wanted a divorce. He worked all the time, in fact extra time including nights and weekends. His workaholism left her and their three children alone to do all the school work, attend the kids’ sporting and school events, and even church.  Alone.

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Preserving Your Money and Property Beyond the Third Generation Nov 30, 2021

So… this happens more often than you’d think. You make - or inherit - money. Then when you pass on, you assume (assuming is dangerous, by the way) that your estate is going to magically be divided exactly how you want it to be. 

But - if you didn’t create an estate plan,...

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Consider These Wealth Transfer Strategies in an Election Year Oct 30, 2020

With a push by the Democratic party to return federal estate taxes to their historic norms, taxpayers need to act now before Congress passes legislation that could adversely impact their estates. Currently, the federal estate and gift tax exemption is set at $11.58 million per taxpayer. Assets...

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Four Ways to Heal a Family and Elevate Your Legacy Nov 18, 2019

Editor’s Note: This short article is Part 2 of a two-part series. At the end of this segment, you’ll find several really helpful, free tools to use right away – to help calm and resolve family conflicts over a loved one’s care, or disputes over a will or trust. I know...

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How Family Conflict Can Make or Break Your Personal Legacy Sep 18, 2019

Editor’s Note: This short article is Part 1 of a two-part series. At the end of Part 2 are several really helpful, free tools for you to use right away – to help calm and resolve family conflicts over a loved one’s care, or disputes over a will or trust. I invite you to click...

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No Drama, Mama! 4 Ways to Keep You and Your Children Sane During an Insane Divorce Sep 03, 2019

Talk to anyone who’s been through a divorce and they’ll tell you there were some moments of drama.  And there’s a lot of people out there who have played major roles in divorces with high drama.  I’ve been through hundreds of divorces and have seen drama from 0...

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A Family Business Conundrum May 31, 2019

Putting your children in charge of your business isn’t always blue skies and sunny days. But what do you do when they want to run it all – or not at all? I’d like to share a story with you; the story of Jim and Jan. By the way, we’ve changed the names and some details.

Jim...

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Facing Your Abusive Spouse in Your Divorce Apr 30, 2019

I’ll be frank – divorce cases that involve any form of abuse are rough. When you have been experiencing the silent pain of abuse in your marriage – whether it be physical, emotional, verbal, or financial – you will be tasked with some unique challenges. Conflicting...

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Transitions: From Darkness Into Light Aug 12, 2018

Transitions Series, Installment 1 of 3  

In this mini-series, we’re looking at the idea of change… how to embrace it, how to respond to it, how to run with it.

FROM DARKNESS INTO LIGHT

Have you ever felt like you needed a lawyer, or at least some form of legal...

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Are You Spying on Your Ex? Don’t Be An Idiot. May 30, 2018

It happens. All the time. The client in the throes of divorce or separation – sitting in our law offices, growing more indignant by the minute…

“…AND she’s actually planning on getting a RESTRAINING ORDER against me!  LOOK AT THIS! Can you believe this...

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Letting Go of Your House in Divorce: Embracing A New Normal divorce property value real estate May 25, 2018

“I must have the house in this divorce…” she said. As I met with this sad, 40-Something client, discussing what was most important to her in her divorce case, she tearfully kept circling back to the marital home. “I have to have the house. After all, my kids grew up there...

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My Top 10 Quotes on Life After Divorce May 25, 2018

The biggest fear most divorcing people have is that of their future. The picture is often unclear and self-doubt creeps in…giving way to fear.  Life after divorce is what you decide it will be. Here are some of my favorite quotes on this subject. Focus on these to change your...

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