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Far too many attorneys overcomplicate things, making topics convoluted and difficult to understand to the average person. This blog is committed to explaining legal planning topics in an easy to understand format, in plain English. Enjoy the blogs, and please let us know if there is a topic you would like covered.

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When it comes to estate planning, there’s always more information coming our way. It’s also not just about tax updates or changes to law, but it can often be just better ways to serve our clients through technological advancements and new platforms. While state bar sponsored...

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Seven Questions on Irrevocable Trusts (Part 2 of 2) irrevocable trust living trusts revocable trust the plain english attorneyā„¢ Aug 28, 2023

On one of my more popular YouTube videos, a subscriber asked 7 questions that were quite common and deserved a little more thought than just responding quickly in the comments. Here are the second three of the seven questions. Check out the full YouTube videos through the...

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7 Questions on Irrevocable Trusts (Part 1 of 2) irrevocable trust living trusts q&a Aug 21, 2023

On one of my more popular YouTube videos, a subscriber asked 7 questions that were quite common and deserved a little more thought than just responding quickly in the comments. Here are the first four of the 7 questions, and the next blog will cover the remaining three. Check out the full YouTube...

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