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Estate Planning

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: March 30, 2020

It hurts when the markets turn bad. No one feels good when their stocks, investments and retirement funds suddenly deflate. But the news during volatile markets isn’t all bad. There are some golden opportunities for those who know where to look. The key, as Barron’s notes, is to adjust your approach. Instead of bailing out of the market, taking your losses…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: April 30, 2018

Estate planning is a very personal matter. Talking about your assets, hopes for the future, death and your desires for your children and grandchildren is often not easy, particularly with someone you do not know well. However, you will need to discuss these matters when establishing or modifying your estate plan. Choosing the right legal professional to help you with…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: April 21, 2018

If you have a comprehensive estate plan, you will have powers of attorney in place in the event you can no longer make decisions for yourself. However, just because there is a plan in place, it doesn’t mean everything will go smoothly. When your wishes collide with the feelings of family members and healthcare professionals, even the best-laid plans can…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: April 5, 2018

If you’re getting up there in years, you may be overlooking one important thing in your estate plan: your pets. A lot of older people have dogs, cats and birds that end up outliving them. If you don’t have provisions made for their care in your will, you have no way of making sure that they’ll actually be cared for…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: March 19, 2018

Watching your parents age is difficult. After they are gone, you may be the one to handle their estate. Administering an estate can be a difficult experience, especially if your responsibilities overlap with your grieving process. Yet, it can also be a very enlightening process. You may have thought that your parents had an ideal estate plan in place, only…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: February 26, 2018

When you are ready to do your estate planning, you can always show up at your attorney’s office and have him or her walk through the entire planning process with you, but there are questions he or she is going to have to ask. Having the answers ahead of time can streamline that process and help you avoid making snap…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: February 25, 2018

If there’s one common mistake people make when dealing with their last will or estate plan other than putting it off too long, it’s treating the process like a one-time responsibility. Some people will create a basic last will, trust or estate plan and then move on, assuming that they no longer have to worry about their assets and end-of-life…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: February 25, 2018

If there’s one common mistake people make when dealing with their last will or estate plan other than putting it off too long, it’s treating the process like a one-time responsibility. Some people will create a basic last will, trust or estate plan and then move on, assuming that they no longer have to worry about their assets and end-of-life…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: February 3, 2018

Prosperous individuals are fortunate enough to be able to be extravagant when it comes to collecting things they are passionate about, such as artwork or other collectibles. Wealth allows them to purchase the best of the best, affording them the opportunity to be very particular about their taste and desires. However, particular as they may be, it is usually much…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: January 21, 2018

Many people put off creating a will or estate plan until late in life. After all, few people who are healthy and young want to consider their own deaths. However, there’s no way to predict when a sudden, debilitating medical event like a stroke could strike. Car accidents, falls and other injuries can also leave you incapacitated and unable to…Read More

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