Wedding season is winding down, and if you are a newlywed or are planning to tie the knot soon, it’s time to make your first legal move as
You don’t have to be a famous producer or household name to own intellectual property. If you create music, own a business, write stories, or build gadgets in
In part one of this series, we explored two popular scams that are targeting older adults this year: the grandparent scam, and cryptocurrency pickpocketing. In this week’s blog,
August is National Make-A-Will Month and you may have received an advertisement in your inbox or mailbox from AARP or the American Red Cross reminding you to get
Fraudsters and scam artists are nothing new, but changing tools and technology are making it easier than ever for scammers to target their victims, especially seniors. To protect
As the need for affordable legal services becomes even more important in today’s world, it’s common to opt for group legal insurance offered through your workplace benefits. These
As summer comes to a close, and back-to-school excitement fills the air, there is one crucial task that is often overlooked: designating legal guardians for your minor children.
You might think that estate planning is something you can complete one time and then check off your to-do list for good. But the reality is that in
Maybe you thought that creating a Will or Trust is something you can do once and then your family and assets are protected forever after. It seems to
You’ve probably heard about the national debt ceiling and its recent extension, but you might wonder what it has to do with your everyday life as a family.