Estate Planning for the Newly Divorced

Courtney Sebo / September 13, 2018
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  Divorce is a time of massive change.  Change in schedule, change in routine, change in living situation, change in dynamic, change in budget – you name it, it changes after a divorce.  Many divorcing couples do not understand, however, that divorce should also be accompanied by a change in estate plans.  (An estate plan […]

Diminished Capacity and Estate Planning: The First Client Meeting

Courtney Sebo / August 16, 2017
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In my first Epilawg installment, I wrote on the estate-planning needs of people with diminished capacity.  This blog post will dive into the discussion that takes place at a first meeting with a client. People with diminished capacity will nearly always come to the meeting accompanied by a spouse, child, or loved one.  This is […]

Diminished Capacity and Estate Planning

Courtney Sebo / June 30, 2017
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As anyone who has created an estate plan knows, in order to finalize the plan, you must sign documents.  These documents may be wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, deeds, or any other related form or document.  In order to sign these documents, a person must have sufficient capacity, otherwise the documents may […]