Category Archives: Trusts & Estates

Online Passwords: Who will log-in when you cannot?

By Kimberly Napolitano Passwords are tricky beasts.  Given the proliferation of password requirements to do anything from sell stock to buy movie tickets to see your friend’s vacation photos, we are all inundated with passwords.  Some require a number, some … Continue reading

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Expecting an Inheritance? Already Got One? Get Advice!

By Kimberly Napolitano One of the greatest aspirations of parents is to leave an inheritance for their children.  Whether you receive your inheritance from a parent, grandparent, extended family or a friend, you need to be very careful what you … Continue reading

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Vacationing Without the Kids? Pack Some Peace of Mind

Your Itinerary:  A room for two, sleeping in, quietness and no diaper bag to schlep, puzzles to assemble or game consoles to charge.  What could be better than a weekend away without the kids?  But then than nagging feeling sinks … Continue reading

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VESTING TITLE TO YOUR REAL PROPERTY

How you hold title to your real property is critical. There are several options one can choose from, when deciding how title should be vested, with each option having its own serious legal and tax ramifications. When purchasing real property, … Continue reading

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Estate Planning Checklist

Is my Estate Plan up-to-date? Since you last revised your estate plan: Have more than 3 years passed since your estate plan has been reviewed with an attorney? Have you confirmed that the appropriate assets are transferred to the name … Continue reading

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