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Should I Designate My Children's Guardian As Beneficiary of My Life Insurance Policy?

Back, back & I’m glad I’m back!  [Sorry, I’ve had that sung to the tune of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones “He’s Back” in my head for days now.]  I’ve badly neglected my blog the past couple months while I’ve been busy with myriad other things competing for my attention.  And while I’ve drafted several great …

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Legacy Building Through Estate & Income Tax Planning

First and foremost let us observe that there are legally permissible strategies that enable us all, if we so choose, to reduce the amount of taxes we owe to our state and/or federal government.  As with all other laws, the tax code is a highly politically-charged creation and subject to frequent and widespread changes.  Depending …

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Legally Protect & Financially Provide for Your Child With Special Needs

  Estate planning is the process by which parents can legally protect their children by naming guardians to care for them both in the immediate aftermath of an accident or tragedy and permanently.  By creating a comprehensive estate plan you can document and provide guidance for the guardians and caregivers of your children.  You can …

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Moms' Secrets to a Truly Relaxing Vacation

Based on individual and collective personal experience, the following are some moms’ secrets to a truly relaxing vacation (and yes I realize these are internally contradictory, such is the nature of the thing!).  Please add your secrets in the comments below. recognize the distinctions between: family visits, family trips, and vacations leave your children behind …

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Falling Trees & Other Reasons to Plan for Your Incapacity

This morning started not unlike most other manic Mondays, except instead of the alarm, it was the almost 6-year-old waking us up to tell us she needed to use our bathroom so as not to wake her still-sleeping sisters, cruelly followed by the first commuter rail train.  Weekday game time!  But then, just as I …

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