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People who have cared for their families for decades often forget to plan for the care of loved ones after they’re gone.
Estate planners know there is no "one-size-fits-all" rule about when certain estate planning tools are necessary — including the revocable living trust.
With a power of attorney document, you authorize an agent to manage your financial matters when you cannot do so. It is a great responsibility, so choose the right person and the right POA tool with care.
It's a good time for spring cleaning, and spring planning. Too many people neglect to leave behind a well considered estate plan or any instructions for their family.
Donna Jackson, an attorney and CPA, specializes in estate planning and elder law. She is the 2013 recipient of the Earl Sneed Award for her contribution to legal education in Oklahoma.
Filled with insightful discussions and useful checklists, Sally Balch Hurme’s book "Get the Most Out of Retirement" is a great resource for those who are about to be or who are retired.
Not too long ago, having a personal concierge was a luxury reserved for the wealthier elite. Enter Magic, the virtual assistant.
While serving on the ABA House of Delegates I learned a lot about the similarity and dissimilarity of attorneys from different firm sizes, parts of the country and practice areas.