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Sunday, May 26, 2013

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My firm's membership in WealthCounsel® and ElderCounsel® was one of the best decisions I made when I started my law practice in 2010. Yes, it was a huge financial investment and even a little scary because I didn't even have a single client lined up, but one I felt was necessary to provide clients with the best planning experience possible.


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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Quiz: Can my loved one stay at home alone safely?

Though it can be emotionally difficult, it is important to assess whether your aging parent has reached a point where they are not safe to be home alone.  A Geriatric Care Manager can make this process easier for you, and may provide a variety of solutions to keep your loved one independent as long as possible. If you feel your loved one is no longer safe alone, take action immediately, and call an Elder Law Attorney and/or certified Geriatric Care Manager.  Use these professionals as a network of experts in order to obtain the best care possible for your loved one.


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Thursday, January 12, 2012

What does the MUPC mean for you?

Massachusetts finally has an entire new set of probate laws after twenty years of debate. The Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code (MUPC) was signed into law on January 15, 2009 and is intended to bring significant changes to the probate process and important reforms to probate procedure.  The MUPC was supposed to go into effect on January 2, 2012, but has recently been pushed back to March 31, 2012 to allow the legislature to make technical amendments and to help the court system, which is currently understaffed, prepare and make way for the myriad of changes the new Probate Laws will have on the courts’ administrative processes and forms.


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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

1 Simple Act that Will Improve Your Life

Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays; not only is it a day off from work to feast, but we are surrounded by family.  The house is cozy with delicious smells, conversations and laughter-- and everyone is simply enjoying where they are and who they are with.  Thanksgiving is the holiday that inspires thankfulness, which, it turns out, is a very good thing.  A recent New York Times article, "A Serving of Gratitude May Save the Day" details how being thankful can be emotionally, socially, and even physically beneficial. Please enjoy this easy read and share it with your families. Hopefully, it will put everyone in the spirit of saying "Thank you," even after tomorrow's pie is eaten. 

Happy Thanksgiving!

With Love and a sincere "Thank You,"

Jerrica and Julie

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