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It’s almost the end of the year, which means, lots of holiday stress. While estate planning is stressful, it doesn’t have to add to your holiday pile.
On Thursday, December 10th, there will be a short presentation on “Gearing up for that New Year’s resolution: the estate planning checklist,” which will help you incorporate your estate planning needs into your busy schedule, without the added stress!
When: Thursday, December 10, 7:30am to 9am
Where: CoWork South Bay (22519 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance, CA 90505)
Please RSVP by Dec 8th, to firstname.lastname@example.org, as seating is limited!
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If you have been online in the last few weeks you have undoubtedly read about Facebook’s new feature allowing users to select a “legacy contact.” With social media becoming more embedded in our daily lives, the nature of estate planning has to adapt to the changing times. Continue reading
We all know that January is the month for making and attempting to keep New Year resolutions. The gyms are packed, and things are getting done. But, as February rolls around, the gym crowds disperse, and our to-do lists get longer and longer. We all make New Year resolutions; we also break them – habitually. Continue reading
If you have decided to have an estate plan created, one of the first things you will have to do is get organized. You will need to make sure you have the necessary documents and information in order to have a thorough estate plan. In addition to getting organized, you will also need to start thinking about how an estate plan may affect your taxes, both personal and business. With the New Year come and gone and with January half over, the dreaded April 15th deadline is starting to creep up on us. Continue reading