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June 2013 Archives

Estate planning makes sense for many Massachusetts residents

Many people are apprehensive when it comes to planning for their death. This reservation can arise for a wide range of reasons, from the cost, to the difficulty of talking about the issue. However, for most Massachusetts residents, if they want to ensure that their money goes where they desire it to, some estate planning will ensure that this hope becomes a reality.

What every Massachusetts parent should consider in an estate plan

Becoming a parent is one of the most important events in a person's life and many men across Massachusetts celebrated their very first Father's Day this past weekend as a new dad. Parenting a child is no easy feat and many mothers and fathers look forward to having a day every year to hopefully relax and spend time with family.

Court: Man's ex will collect money from life insurance, not wife

In this blog, we have often discussed the importance of updating estate plans and reviewing beneficiaries from time to time. In general, people in Massachusetts will want to review their estate plans after a significant life event such as a marriage, divorce, birth of a child or death of a loved one.

Why long-term care planning can be crucial right now

Planning ahead is something that nearly everyone knows they should do, but it can be one of the most difficult things to actually do. A lot of times, a person simply gets so focused on the present that they do not feel like they have time to sit back and plan ahead. Other times, people avoid thinking about the certain events in the future because it is unpleasant or uncomfortable.