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March 08, 2019

Estate Planning With Cryptocurrency Requires a Proactive Approach

Understanding cryptocurrency (“crypto” for short) as an asset is central to planning for its succession. Crypto is similar to a “bearer” instrument, meaning whoever possesse...

Mar 2019
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March 08, 2019

Make a New Year's Resolution for Your Estate Plan

The start of a fresh, new year often inspires us to create a few resolutions we intend to carry out over the next 12 months. Perhaps reviewing your estate planning was not top of mind when you made...

Mar 2019
08
March 08, 2019

What is Elder Law?

Statistics show that approximately 10,000 individuals turn 65 years old every day. This phenomenal growth in the population group aged 65 and over has sometimes been referred to as the “senio...

Mar 2019
08
March 08, 2019

Who Gets Your Life Insurance Money After You Die?

You have created a will and perhaps a trust and spelled out your intentions for your assets once you are gone. You are confident you have made the necessary preparations to provide for your family....

Mar 2019
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March 01, 2019

A Retrospective of eDiscovery, Information Governance and Data Security in 2018

We are pleased to share this overview of legal changes, trends adn case studies in the 2018 calendar year. In this paper, we'll review:   Specific law changes, amendments and ethical ...

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