Monthly Archives: March 2012

Guardians of Children

When preparing wills clients with young children sometimes wonder what will happen to their children if both husband and wife die at the same time and the designated guardians are out of town and will not be able to get … Continue reading

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Most Dangerous Elder Fraud? It Might Be Your Children

A recent article in Forbes Magazine by John Wasik observes that the Internet has made elder fraud much easier for the perpetrators. However, John also observes that often the perpetrator of elder fraud is the elder’s own children.   John … Continue reading

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Autistic Girl Begins to Communicate After Ten Years of Silence

John Stossel did this piece on a young girl with autism.  She had not spoken for ten years when one day she began to communicate through a computer.   But the periodic words typed were infrequent.  Tough love and persistence finally … Continue reading

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Protecting your financial information from natural disasters

Often in estate planning we focus solely on what happens to our estate when I die.  Then if we get real prepared we expand the focus to what happens to our estate when I become disabled or incapacitated.  Only occasionally … Continue reading

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