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Does Your Estate Plan Protect Intellectual Property?

Does Your Estate Plan Protect Intellectual Property?

If you own a business, you almost certainly need to protect intellectual property. However, because your intellectual property is intangible, it can be invisible to you and those who aren’t familiar with the nature of the intellectual property and its value, so it...

Using Your Facebook Legacy Contact

Using Your Facebook Legacy Contact

One important way to manage your digital afterlife is to use the Facebook Legacy Contact function. If you use Facebook to share, track, and report on important life events, it can provide an intimate snapshot of your life, and it can also serve as a key part of your...

Legal Protection for Children When a Parent is Sick

Legal Protection for Children When a Parent is Sick

This is the second in a series on legal protection for children when a parent is sick or debilitated. Read Part One here. Managing Child Care While Dealing with Debilitating Illness: Tips For Parents—Part 2 Even though there are now vaccines for the pandemic and the...

Update An Estate Plan When Moving To A New State

Update An Estate Plan When Moving To A New State

In the chaos of moving from one state to another, it is as critical to update an estate plan as it is to submit your change of address to the post office…even more so! Although you likely won’t need to have an entirely new estate plan prepared for you, upon relocating...

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