August is “Make a Will” Month

August is national “Make A Will Month”. This is the perfect time to take a moment and review where your assets will be going after you are gone. No one likes to think of the end of life but without a solid plan, our loved ones can

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Real Estate: Truths about the CLOSING DATE

If you’ve bought or sold a house, you likely paid close attention to two terms in your contract: the Purchase Price and the Closing Date. With respect to the Closing Date, real estate contracts typically state that the transaction will occur “on or before” a date certain;

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Estate Planning for Thirtysomethings

As a parent of a seven-year-old and five-year-old, I know that parents of minor children are juggling a lot these days: careers, homes, mortgages, children. Too often the daily activities of life cause many parents to neglect or postpone planning for their own estate. When the topic

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Personal Thoughts on Children and Divorce

by Lynn M. Pinder, Esq. I received correspondence from a divorce client today. It outlined the typical monetary issues most divorcing couples face as well as some typical personal updates that some clients feel I should be privy to. What set this email apart for me was

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