All posts by Amanda Mulhall

Tips for High School Parents – The Dad Lawyer

Amanda Mulhall of The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC and Paul Hemphill, College Admissions Strategist, give tips for high school parents, including college admissions, planning for college, paying

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Leave A Legacy: National Estate Planning Awareness Week

In addition to drafting legal documents for all of our clients, to make sure that their assets are taken care of and their families are fully protected, we also understand at the firm that there are certain

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18+ Planning – National Estate Planning Awareness Week

A question we get a lot from our clients, who are planning with us is “We are protecting our kids, but are our kids, themselves actually protected?” When this question comes from a client with

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Funding a Trust

Funding Your Trust – National Estate Planning Awareness Week

A common estate planning mistake many people make – including celebrities with huge estates, like Michael Jackson or Prince – is not ensuring the trust you have created actually holds all your assets. 

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Growing Family

Growing Family? Time to Audit Your Insurance Policies

If you have a growing family, there is lots to prepare for and consider. Welcoming a new family member can be a joyous occasion, and requires some planning. Adding a new family member can affect your finances

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To marry legally or not?

Financial, Legal Planning for Unmarried Couples: Should You Legally Marry or Not?

While the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision to legalize same-sex marriage in the U.S. making it possible for people of all sexual orientations to marry, many modern couples (of all genders and sexual

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Asset Protection through Estate Planning

Asset Protection Planning

Asset protection planning is an important step to take in safeguarding your hard-earned assets from being lost, inadvertently, because you overlooked something important. The most foundational level of

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Durable Power of Attorney: What happens if I am incapacitated?

Durable Power of Attorney. What happens if I am incapacitated? Another question we frequently get is “What would happen if something happened to me, and I wasn’t able to fulfill my daily responsibilities?”

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