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Disclaimer: These estate planning blog posts are for general information only. Reading these articles does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Before acting on any of the information presented in this website, you should consult a competent attorney who is licensed to practice law in your community.

Choosing a Lawyer to Make a Will

A badly drafted will can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. And that is no exaggeration.How to choose a lawyer to make your will.  There are some things you should consider when choosing an attorney to do your will. Choosing an attorney is an important...

Changes in Retirement Planning Trends

Changes in Retirement Planning Trends

In France, proposals to raise the retirement age are met with street protests. Yet around the world, the retirement age is creeping up; in the United States, it is moving up from 65 to 67.

COVID-19 UPDATE

COVID-19 UPDATE

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The Impact of Coronavirus on Seniors

The Impact of Coronavirus on Seniors

We are living in confusing and scary times. The senior population has been identified as the most at-risk demographic for COVID-19.

The Baby Boomer Generation in the 2020s

The Baby Boomer Generation in the 2020s

The guiding forces behind baby boomer life in the 2020s are high expectations during a much longer retirement, more investment choices but less investment safety, and rising interest rates.

The Challenges of Caregiving for a Spouse

The Challenges of Caregiving for a Spouse

The Challenges of Caregiving for a Spouse Jesse Bifulco, Attorney, Camden MaineCaring for a seriously ill spouse can trigger relationship challenges. In the process of change, you can lose your best friend, your love, and your future as you both had imagined it....

Congress Passes the SECURE Act of 2020

Congress Passes the SECURE Act of 2020

The impact of the SECURE Act to some retirees, near-retirees, and their future beneficiaries is profound, and it is imperative to schedule a review of your retirement, estate, and trust plans.