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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)
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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Grandparent Visitation

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I often receive inquiries from grandparents wondering what options they have to see their grandchildren. It’s not uncommon for a custodial parent to deny the grandparents (on the other side) time with the grandkids.
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| Categories: Family Law, Guardianship | Tags: attorney, lawyer, family law, grandparent visitation | View Count: (158)
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Known Sperm Donor Agreements

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Often, a woman may choose to use a known sperm donation rather than an anonymous donor from a sperm bank. There are many benefits from using a known sperm donor, but it also opens the door to many potential pitfalls.
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| Categories: Civil Law, Family Law, Child Custody | Tags: attorney, child custody, child support, contract, domestic relations, donor rights, family law, known sperm donor, lawyer, massachusetts, paternity, sperm donation | View Count: (155)
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