Liens, Real Estate, and Your Estate Plan

November 9, 2018

Buying real estate can be an essential component in your strategy for long-term financial security and stability.  A family home, rental property, or vacation cabin can all be excellent vehicles to ensure solidity and permanence for your friends and family after you are gone.  When your estate is being distributed, the debts will have to […]

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New Tax Law and Spousal Maintenance

June 22, 2018

Divorce almost always means that both spouses need to do some substantial financial rearranging. Whereas couples used to have two people to contribute to the utilities, housing expenses, and child expenses, after divorce, the spouses will each have to figure out how to pay the bills and meet expenses on just one income. Spousal maintenance, […]

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New Tax Law and Real Estate

June 21, 2018

For many families, real estate and the family home are some of the most important investments they will make. Many people rely on investing money in their homes as a safe investment for their future and that of their family. In December 2017, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which made sweeping changes […]

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New Tax Law and Health Care

June 20, 2018

It is no secret that health care, health insurance, and the Affordable Care Act have been at the center of many lively debates since the new administration took office. Since taking office, President Trump has taken several administrative actions to remove many provisions of the Affordable Care Act. In December 2017, Congress passed a new […]

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