All posts by David Feakes

Summer Travel Commit to an Estate Plan

Family Vacation? Commit to Your Estate Plan Before Committing to a Trip Away

If you are planning a vacation, you probably have a lot to prepare for before you get away. Between structuring your itinerary, getting plane tickets or train reservations, and booking hotels, creating

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Tough Love

A Little Tough Love: You Need to Select Guardians for your Kids, or Someone Else WILL.

Ok, let’s get right down to it, and talk about the reason you’re reading this article: your children. What would happen to your children if something happened to you? Do you know? Do you really know? It’s

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National Healthcare Decisions Day Begins April 16th: Three Health Care Documents You Need to Include in Your Estate Plan

Decisions about your healthcare are some of the most important you will ever make. Don’t put off making plans until you are unable to assert your wishes. Because planning for the unexpected now, while

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5 Creative Ways to Invest Your Tax Refund in Your Family’s Future

Expecting a tax refund this spring? Up to 80% of us are, and will have to decide what to do with our tax refund of, on average, about $2,832! Though it can be tempting to see a tax refund as “free money”

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Announcing Wicked Smart Parents.com!

The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC is proud to announce the launch of our new resource hub for local parents, Wicked Smart Parents! We’ve been working with parents for many, many years. Though

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Art Reflects Life: What we can learn from ABC’s Modern Family

Art reflects life. Even a humorous television sitcom such as ABC’s Modern Family touches on serious issues like guardianship and asset protection. A comprehensive estate plan can protect the things

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Is your family “too young” for an estate plan?

Young families face different estate planning needs and challenges than those who have had a long life behind them. While established families may be concerned about what will happen to their family when

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Coma

Three Health Care Documents You Need to Include in Your Estate Plan

Decisions about your health care are some of the most important you will ever make. Don’t put off making plans until you are unable to assert your wishes. Including health care documents in your estate

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Reflecting on 2016- Thank you for a great year!

Happy 2017! For our first post of the new year, we looked back on our work together in 2016. It sure felt like a monumental year: after moving into our new offices, (this time last January- you might

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Happy New Year

How to Make Estate Planning the One Resolution you Keep in 2017

We make them with the best of intentions, New Year’s resolutions. At the end of the month up to 40% of us will resolve to accomplish something in 2017, say researchers at the University of Scranton.

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