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 A simple Google search for "sample will" will return thousands of results - any one of which you can click on and be guided through writing your will.  Easy . . . Fast . . . Cheap . . . DANGEROUS!  
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| Categories: Estate Planning, Wills | Tags: will, do it yourself | View Count: (140)
If you are like most people, you hear the phrase "estate planning" and think that that is only something that old people need to worry about. This is a terrible misconception. The truth of the matter is, it is important for all adults - young or old, married or unmarried, children or no children - to have at least a basic estate plan.
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| Categories: Estate Planning, Durable Power of Attorney, Trusts, Wills, Health Care Proxy, HIPPA, Living Will | Tags: estate plan, will, living will, power of attorney, medical directive, health care proxy | View Count: (129)
How to Modify an Existing Child Support Order
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| Categories: Family Law, Modification, Child Support | Tags: child support, modification, child support guidelines | View Count: (122)
Living trusts are one of the most utilized estate planning tools; however, they are one of the most commonly misunderstood documents.
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| Categories: Estate Planning, Durable Power of Attorney, Trusts, Wills, Health Care Proxy, Living Will | Tags: living will, living trust, will, Health Care Proxy, Guardianship, trust, revocable trust, estate plan, power of attorney, HIPAA | View Count: (0)
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Top 10 Reasons to Have a Will

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Ten good reasons to have a will.
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| Categories: Estate Planning, Wills | Tags: will, top 10 | View Count: (136)
There are certain life events that warrant having your estate plan reviewed and updated, if necessary.  
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| Categories: Estate Planning, Durable Power of Attorney, Trusts, Wills, Health Care Proxy, HIPPA, Living Will | Tags: estate plan, divorce, retirement, children, family, death | View Count: (1)
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Employee Misclassification

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 One of the most rigid laws governing the employer-worker relationship in Massachusetts is that which covers the classification of a worker as an employee or an independent contractor.
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| Categories: Employment Law, Independent Contractor, Misclassification | Tags: employee misclassification, employment law, independent contractor | View Count: (234)
When faced with a legal issue, the first step many people take is to turn to Google. A quick search, and BOOM! all your questions have answers. Right? Wrong!
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Collaborative Law in Divorce

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It is becoming more common than ever for parties to a divorce action to attempt to resolve their dispute prior to filing any paperwork or stepping foot in a courthouse.
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| Categories: Family Law, Divorce, Mediation | Tags: divorce mediation, divorce, divorce collaborat, ion | View Count: (131)
A common question I hear from my clients is: “where should I keep my estate planning documents?” Often, the first thought people a have is to put important documents in safe deposit box. Makes sense, right? Wrong!
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| Categories: Estate Planning, Wills, Durable Power of Attorney, Trusts, Health Care Proxy, HIPPA, Living Will | Tags: estate planning, will | View Count: (137)
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