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18-Year-Olds Need Estate Plans, Too

Every adult needs at least a few basic legal documents to provide for her own medical and financial affairs. Once a person turns 18 years old he becomes a legal adult. This matters from an estate planning perspective because: Parents or legal guardians lose their right of access to information about that young adult. The …

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“it’s not about what you have, it’s about how much you care"

  Attorney Danielle G. Van Ess of the family-friendly, Hingham, Massachusetts law firm DGVE law, LLC wants to help you “protect your family, yourself, and your stuff.”™ She explains, “it’s not about what you have, it’s about how much you care. You care about who makes your medical decisions for you. You care who takes care …

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