#FreeBritney is the Pandemic Project We All Need

#FreeBritney is the Pandemic Project We All Need

This week’s pandemic guilty-pleasure television takes a more serious look at the butt of our collective joke: Britney Spears, her 2007 breakdown, and the decade-plus control her father has exercised over her life and finances thanks to a conservatorship proceeding....
New Developments Transform the Role Life Insurance Plays in Your Estate and Financial Planning

New Developments Transform the Role Life Insurance Plays in Your Estate and Financial Planning

Within the past year, a combination of new legislation and the recent change of leadership in the White House and Congress stands to dramatically increase the income taxes your loved ones will have to pay on inherited retirement accounts as well as increasing the...
Lessons From Kobe  1-Year Later

Lessons From Kobe 1-Year Later

It may seem like a distant memory due to more recent events, a pandemic, and a presidential election, but it has only been ONE year since NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna (“Gigi”), tragically passed away in a helicopter crash in Calabasas,...
Does Your Estate Plan Protect Your Intellectual Property?

Does Your Estate Plan Protect Your Intellectual Property?

If you own a business, you almost certainly have intellectual property. However, because your intellectual property is intangible, it can be invisible to you and those who aren’t familiar with the nature of intellectual property and its value, so it often gets...
Moving To A New State? Remember to Update Your Estate Plan

Moving To A New State? Remember to Update Your Estate Plan

Although you likely won’t need to have an entirely new estate plan prepared for you, upon relocating to another state, you should definitely have your existing plan reviewed by an estate planning lawyer who is familiar with your new home state’s laws. Each state has...