Category Archives for Parenting

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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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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Protecting Your Young Adult

Your Rights as the Parent of a Young Adult – What You Need to Know When a Medical Crisis Hits

As a parent of an young adult, you are most likely quite accustomed to managing the legal and medical affairs of your children, as circumstances require. If your child requires urgent medical attention

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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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Five Reasons To Never Give An Outright Inheritance To Your Children – and What to Do Instead!

If you’re like me, you want to leave an inheritance for your children. It’s likely part of what you are working so hard to do. But, far too often, the way we leave those inheritances actually does

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Getting Kindergarten Ready – Setting your Child Up for Schoolroom Success

by Ann-Bailey Lipsett, M.Ed., of Lipsett Learning Connection Kindergarten is one of the most exciting years of our children’s lives! They are beginning their educational journey, and are excited about

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Build Your Child’s Back-to-School Resilience to Support Their Ultimate Success

If you are like most parents, your primary objective is to support your children to be prepared to handle the pressures of adulthood. If you have wondered what the most important thing you can do now

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Five Valuable Traits a Child Can Learn from Working Parents

Those of us who work sometimes feel that we are doing our children a disservice. Sure, we bring home a paycheck that benefits our children, but we may miss their activities and other aspects of their daily

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5 Financial Planning Tips for Expecting Parents

by guest blogger,  Kristin McFarland, of Darrow Wealth Management There’s a lot to do when you’re expecting a child. But before you plan the baby shower, consider these tips for a fiscally friendly

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Talking with Your Family About Your Estate Plan

Is it time to have “the talk” with your kids?  We’re not talking about a “birds and bees” talk but one that is equally important, perhaps more so. Everyone has concerns about what will happen

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