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Why Do It Yourself Wills Spell Trouble
 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: (72)
The Importance of Having an Estate Plan
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: (64)
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: (60)
What can a living trust do for you?
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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Top 10 Reasons to Have a Will
Ten good reasons to have a will.
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| Categories: Estate Planning, Wills | Tags: will, top 10 | View Count: (77)
When should you update your estate plan?
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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Employee Misclassification
 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: (148)
Why a Google Search is Not Enough
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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| Categories: General | Tags: | View Count: (74)
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Collaborative Law in Divorce

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Collaborative Law in Divorce
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: (79)
Safekeeping of Important Documents
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: (82)
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