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Archive: February 2015




Feb
24
2015

On-Line legal websites...Are you in good hands?

Posted by Danielle Streed

When it comes to the practice of law, there is a reason we go to law school, receive training and are then required to pass the Bar Exam. Unfortunately, with the internet, legal forms and legal  resources have become available to everyone. That does not make it the right choice or the safe choice. [Read More...]



Categories: categoryEstate Planning



Feb
23
2015

Upcoming Seminar

Posted by Danielle Streed

I am presenting a seminar on March 5, 2015 from 3-5 pm @ Friendship Village as part of the WMU Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. The seminar is titled "Leave it to Beaver, The Brady Bunch & Modern Family: One Size Estate Plan Does Not Fit All. For more info on attending, contact WMU @ 269-387-4200 [Read More...]



Categories: categoryEstate Planning



Feb
17
2015

Robin Williams- an organized estate plan

Posted by Danielle Streed

Normally when we talk about a movie star who is died, we end up talking about what a mess their estate plan or lack of estate plan has caused for the family. With Robin Williams’ death, we have learned that he was a lot more organized than most movie stars who have died in the past. Even though the [Read More...]



Categories: categoryEstate Planning



Feb
10
2015

When they say yes to everything

Posted by Danielle Streed

When you were a kid, did your parents say yes to everything? I doubt it. Now that they are substantially older do you find them saying YES to too many things. Like saying yes to requests from family members, or saying yes to every charitable request that comes in the mail or worse yet saying yes to [Read More...]



Categories: categoryEstate Planning



Feb
04
2015

Cellar Dweller

Posted by Danielle Streed

Are you a parent with what we call a “cellar dweller” - a child, usually over the age of 18, who has either never left the home or who has moved back into the home later in life. Typically, they live in the extra bedroom or in the basement and they have no intention of moving out. In most cases, [Read More...]



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