Guess Who Can Get Into Your Safe?

Guess Who Can Get Into Your Safe?

Earlier this year I conducted research involving safes that can be kept at home to provide safety and quick access to important documents, and other material. I saw information that discussed the importance of a fireproof safe (according to a report issued by the National Fire Protection Association, in 2013 there were 1,240,000 fires reported in the United States for a total of $11.5 billion in property damage).… Read more

5 Trust Funding Facts for Avoiding Probate Court

Congratulations! You have just completed one of the most important life tasks available by creating a plan that provides instructions to help ensure that your assets will be distributed, and your children will be cared for according to your wishes following your death.… Read more

Ready to create a will? Just R.E.L.A.X.

Ready to create a will? Just R.E.L.A.X.

I love my business! Over the many years that I have practiced law I have had the opportunity and privilege of working in many different practice areas, assisting many different companies, hospital systems, organizations, and helping people accomplish goals of various types.… Read more

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Consumer Protection: 5 Points of Power for Seniors

Knowing your Points of Power is important for seniors.

Consider this:  “More Americans than ever before are now older than 65, and in just four more decades, there will be more seniors in the United States than people younger than 18 years old (for the first time in the history of our country)!”Read more

Who Pays My Debt After I’m Gone?

“Attorney Quinn, I have a question: My mother passed leaving a couple of credit card balances along with a car loan. I have been making payments toward each bill out of my own money. Should I continue making those payments or should I just pay them all off?”

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