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I’ve shared a glimpse at the background of Law Powered By Women®. But as with all good things, we’ve evolved. Christy and I always planned that as our practice grew, we would broaden the firm’s horizon.  As it happened, we did grow and thrive. And so a couple of years ago, we embarked on our […]

There’s developing news in the saga of everyone’s favorite female pop star, Britney Spears. Britney and her boyfriend of four years Sam Asghari are officially engaged.  Latest development in Britney’s push for change According to people.com, a source stated that Britney is “ecstatic” about the proposal. The newsmagazine’s website featured pictures of the happy couple […]

Recently, a growing number of my estate planning clients have told me they are worried about challenges to their estate planning documents. Is there reason to expect a challenge? Admittedly, I’d expect this type of concern from a 75-year-old male client leaving the majority of his estate to his 30-year-old girlfriend that he met at […]

There’s been an update in the Britney Spears saga. It seems the nation is once again becoming captivated by the legendary pop diva’s personal life and her ongoing legal quandary. Britney has been in the public eye for months I previously discussed her guardianship (called conservatorship in California) and some of the circumstances surrounding her […]

If you have minor children, your estate plan should include advanced directives for minors. The forms typically include Designation of Health Care Surrogate for Minor, Power of Attorney for Care of Children, and Declaration of Pre-need Guardian for Minor.  You might need these forms if you and your spouse (or significant other) will be away […]

Someone just passed away, and you’re personal representative of the estate. What should you do? Prior to the initiation of any probate administration (pre-administration), there are several important issues a personal representative should address.   Gather information about the decendent The relevant information you’ll want to collect is pretty standard. You’ll need the decedent’s name, address, […]

A typical estate plan consists of a will (in some cases a trust and pour-over will) and documents known as advanced directives. While a will deals with how your property is to be distributed after you pass away, advance directives allow you to choose who will manage your property, make health care decisions on your […]

So, you’ve executed a will. Now, the question a significant number of my clients ask me: “What should I do with the original copy of my will?” Where should I store my will? Typically, my answer is to put it in a safe and easily accessible location. You should also inform the person you named […]

If you’re a member of a family with an elderly parent and siblings, you might worry about what will happen when the time comes to place your parent in a long-term care facility. Typically, elderly parents are hesitant to leave the safety and comfort of their homes and move to a long-term care facility. The […]

Avoiding probate is likely a lifelong goal for many of us. But for those of you who do not dream of sparing your heirs from a potentially long and expensive process, there is a way to leave money to your heirs without subjecting them to a long and arduous probate process. Here are just a […]