What is Legacy Planning?

By: Barton P. Levine, Esq.

Category: Beneficiaries

Each person leaves behind a legacy of some sort upon his or her death. You have the ability to decide, now, what legacy you wish to leave behind when you die. The wealth you have...

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The Power of a Power of Attorney

By: Barton P. Levine, Esq.

Category: Estate Planning

When meeting with clients, the question of whether a power of attorney is worth the effort. Our answer, without fail, is yes. If you don’t know the many reasons why it’s important, then we’ve not...

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MyRA Ideal for Retirement Planning

By: Barton P. Levine, Esq.

Category: Elder Law

Earlier this year, during his State of the Union address, President Obama also announced a new kind of retirement plan for those who may not have been offered one through their employers. So convinced is...

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2 Ways to Invalidate Your Will

By: Barton P. Levine, Esq.

Category: Estate Planning

As estate planning lawyers, our goals are simple: to ensure our clients estate planning efforts are complete and with no vulnerabilities that could cause problems for their loved ones when the will is read. A...

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