Guest Blog: Estate Planning for Blended Families

Blended Family Tree

Estate Planning for Blended Families Written By: Bill Lyne, Lyne Law Firm, LLC When two people get married and one or both have children from a prior relationship, a “blended family” is created. While a blended family is cause for celebration, members of those families are among the clients who need estate planning the most.…

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Revocable Trusts: Fact vs. Fiction

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Recently, Rebecca Simoni, a Shareholder in von Briesen & Roper’s Trusts and Estates Section, wrote a great article on revocable trusts. A revocable trust is a commonly used estate planning tool, especially for higher net worth families or more complicated situations. If included in your estate plan, the revocable trust becomes the core document used…

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Keeping Your Digital Identity Safe

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Keeping Your Digital Identity Safe Written By: Chad Bulkowski, CT Access Now more than ever, protecting yourself from online attacks seems to be an endless task. It is tiresome keeping up with the constant change in methods imposters use to try and steal data. Through various measures and best practices, you can better protect yourself…

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Aging in Place vs. Senior Communities

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Aging in Place vs. Senior Communities Written By: Pam Foti – Vesta Senior Network With the “graying of America,” a term that simply describes the fact that the median age of our population is increasing, we are now facing a new reality that will leave many of us concerned, confused and very possibly in crisis.…

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Should You Sell Your Home In This Market?

Written By: Bruce Nemovitz – Realty Executives Integrity By now, everyone reading this article has heard about the hot real estate market. But what does that really mean to you, a homeowner? When the topic of real estate comes up when I meet folks, the first thing I hear is, “you sure are lucky to…

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