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Leave Rules on Caring for a Spouse, Child or Parent

July 27, 2020

The National Partnership for Women and Families says that “at some point, nearly everyone will need to take time away from work to deal with a serious personal or family health condition, or to bond with a new child.” Yet only 19% of U.S. employees receive paid family leave through their employers. Despite the shortage […]

How to Leave Your Worldly Goods

July 20, 2020

Have you decided that it’s time to consider estate planning and contemplate when and how to distribute your assets to your heirs? Realistically, you imagine that this process will entail a series of trade-offs to prevent emotion-laden family problems. When you focus on numbers, you’re dealing with objective and straightforward facts. But you’re in murkier […]

Estate Planning For Your Business: Do You Need a Buy-Sell Agreement?

July 13, 2020

A buy-sell agreement is a legally binding contract stipulating how a partner’s share of the business may be reassigned if that partner dies or otherwise leaves the business. The agreement establishes a method for determining a business’s value, letting the available share be sold to the remaining partners or to the partnership. You may want […]

The Elderly, Driving and the Law

July 6, 2020

Elderly drivers can be affected by poor eyesight, chronic disease and medication that might impair driving. States won’t revoke a driver’s license based simply on a driver’s age. However, some states put restrictions on license renewals for elderly drivers. Many have accelerated renewal periods for people over a certain age. For example, Arizona requires everyone […]

How To Choose a Final Resting Place

June 29, 2020

Baby boomers are taking the initiative to find their ideal resting spot. Though this can be wrought with emotion, if you do your research before making the decision, you’ll not only save money but also eliminate one of the difficult decisions your family will have to handle when the time comes. Beyond their functional value, […]