People Magazine Article: ‘Panicked’ Teachers Prep Wills, Goodbye Letters Before Their Schools Reopen

By Hilary Shenfeld  “It is unconscionable that educators and parents are being asked to plan for end-of-life decisions because our country has no plan for reopening schools and institutions of higher education safely,” says NEA president Lily Eskelsen García. Many school districts have announced they won’t hold in-person classes at the beginning of the school year, […]

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Strategic Estate Planning Services

It seems like many people devote more time to planning a vacation, what car to buy or even where to eat dinner than they do deciding who will inherit their assets after they’re gone. Sure, estate planning isn’t as fun to think about as booking a trip or checking out restaurant reviews. But without it, […]

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Important Update: Public Access to Courts and other Court Facilities

Yesterday, July 7, 2020, the Supreme Judicial Court issued a new order regarding public access to courthouses and other court facilities, which goes into effect on July 13 when the courts physically reopen for limited purposes. Yesterday’s order provides guidance to persons conducting business within court facilities and establishes requirements for entering and remaining in them. The order […]

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Bankrate Article: 401(k) rollover options: Here’s what to do if you lose or change your job

llions of Americans will need to decide what to do with their 401(k), as workers face a coronavirus-driven recession in which top economists expect a long-lasting double-digit unemployment rate to persist. If you’re suddenly unemployed, worrying about your distant financial future may seem unimportant when you have immediate pressing needs now. Still, the decisions that you make […]

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