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Protecting Seniors from Holiday Scammers

Kira S. Masteller | Shareholder

November 28, 2022

With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s not just family and friends that are all around us; the scammers are waiting in the shadows as well. According to an Experian blog posted in 2020, one in

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Estate Planning Document Execution During Pandemic

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Michael Hackman | Shareholder

April 16, 2020

Estate planning is more important than ever as COVID-19 continues its spread. Creating a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care will enable you to set forth your health care desires and enable you to

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The CARES Act and Retirement Plan Changes

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Michael Hackman | Shareholder

March 30, 2020

Congress passed and the President signed on March 27, 2020 the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”). The Act includes several significant provisions, most notably cash payments to many taxpayers and

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Why Should I Get My Estate Planning Done Now?

Kira S. Masteller | Shareholder

January 29, 2020

Last Sunday I learned that my mother’s dear friend who is very active, hikes daily, gardens daily, does senior yoga weekly, eats a healthy diet, and has many volunteer and social commitments that keep her

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