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Tax Season! Investing Your Tax Refund Creatively

David Feakes, President of The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC, shares why investing in a comprehensive estate plan is the smart, loving way to use your tax refund this year. Also covered, Red Sox

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Estate Planning and New Years Resolutions

Attorney, David Feakes of The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC in Acton MA wants you to make estate planning the one resolution you keep in 2017.

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Questions & Answers 2: Kids Protection Planning Seminars

Attorney David Feakes and Client Services Director Paula Feakes answering some of the FAQs from our 2016 Kids Protection Planning Workshops in Acton, MA

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Essential Legal Planning for Young Adults

The simple fact is that the day your child turns 18, he or she becomes an adult, and has the legal rights of an adult. What this means for you is that you lose your prior held rights to make medical and

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Selecting Guardians for your Kids

Overcoming the Roadblocks of Selecting Guardians for Your Kids. David Feakes takes you through the process you need to go through to make these decisions.

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Naming Short-Term Guardians

What you need to know about naming short-term guardians for your children and why you should get this taken care of now.

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Questions & Answers 1: When to review, changing your mind, and how long it all takes.

Attorney David Feakes of the Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC in Acton, Massachusetts answers some of our firm’s most frequently asked questions from parents. In this episode: We have wills

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The 6 Common Mistakes Parents Make When Choosing Guardians

Do you know who would take care of your kids if something were to happen to you? Have you chosen more than one guardian, in case something happens to or prevents your named guardian from caring for your

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5 Legal Documents Every Parent Should Have

Got Kids? Parents: these are the 5 legal documents you need to have, no matter your income level or family makeup.

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