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No Trust. No Will. No Plan. Who Dropped the Ball?

Professional athletes, actors, singers and other entertainers, we need to talk. I know you’re busy, being pulled in multiple directions to satisfy the external and internal demands of your entertainment profession. I also know that when the cameras and microphones turn off and the referees leave the venue, you want to go home and relax.… Read more

The Non-Professional Pitfall: The Costly Mistake of Putting Your Estate Plans in the Hands of the Wrong Person

Imagine this: you’ve visited The TGQ Law Blog and you’ve read all about estate plans, wills, and trusts. You then went to a workshop held by Attorney Terrence Quinn and you’ve listened to him expertly explain the importance of estate planning, and you began to think about how difficult it would be for your loved ones if you passed away without an estate plan.Read more

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What Is A Will?

There are many reasons why people may not have an estate plan and we’ve heard most of them. The reasons could be that you’ve just procrastinated, maybe you don’t understand what a will or trust really is, or maybe you don’t like to think about death.… Read more

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Happy New Year! Welcome to 2019!

The TGQ Law Firm President’s Letter

We trust you had a great holiday season closing out 2018 and hopefully you are off to a great start.  The new year always brings an opportunity to recalibrate our purpose, setting our minds on renewed (or new) goals, plans and dreams so that we can charge forward to great things.  Read more

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What an Estate Planning Meeting Looks Like

People often wonder what to expect when meeting with an attorney about estate planning (wills and trusts). Will it be like going to the dentist to get a tooth pulled or will it be like a walk in the park? At The TGQ Law Firm we certainly understand that the idea of meeting with an attorney, for any reason, can be scary, especially when you’re unsure about what to expect.Read more

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How to Have a Conversation with Your Parents About Estate Planning

How do you have a conversation with your parents about estate planning? My first impulse is to answer to this question with the statement, “Very carefully.” Your parents are your parents and you are their child no matter how old you are.Read more