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My Spouse Died – Do I Need To See An Attorney?

          Thirty-seven years ago when I first started to practice law, most attorneys who handled estates charged a fee equal to 5% of the assets.  Many people today still have that impression of what attorneys will charge to help with … Continue reading

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Tax deductions for Hurricane Irene losses

If you have been effected by Hurricane Irene, or the rains of this week, the last thing you probably want to think about is taxes.  You want to get back into your house, repair all the water and wind damage, … Continue reading

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Estate Planning Seminar

 Thank you to everyone who attended our complimentary Estate Planning Seminar last night.  We welcomed a number of existing clients and some new friends.  Mike made a presentation about Wills and Trusts for Minor Children, Aaron spoke about Powers of … Continue reading

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