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The Marriage of Business and Estate Planning

Posted on : December 15, 2017, By:  George Dillon
The Marriage of Business and Estate Planning

When most people think of estate planning – if they think of estate planning – they think of it as a purely personal thing. It involves personal property and your loved ones, after all. For business owners, however, there’s a fusion of business interests and personal interests. There’s kind of a marriage between their business […]

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Why a Trust May Be in Your Future

Posted on : December 13, 2017, By:  George Dillon
Why a Trust May Be in Your Future

Trends race through our culture at lightning speed. Sometimes fads hang around for a while, sometimes they’re fleeting. And sometimes a fad turns out to be beneficial. Trusts might be considered a trendy estate planning strategy, as they’ve gotten a fair amount of attention in recent years. They’re not for everyone, of course, but it’s […]

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Getting Serious About Your Will

Posted on : December 11, 2017, By:  George Dillon
Getting Serious About Your Will

“Why So Serious?” is the catchphrase made popular by the Joker in the movie, The Dark Knight. Now, the phrase is often used as a response to someone who is taking a subject too seriously or too personally. One subject that can’t be taken too seriously is your estate planning. It’s time to get serious […]

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Estate Planning Excuses

Posted on : December 8, 2017, By:  George Dillon
Estate Planning Excuses

It’s often said that baseball is America’s pastime. Maybe we should change that to procrastination or excuse making. How many important tasks do we put on to-do lists, then forget about them? Some things may never even make it to the to-do list because we think it’s easier to make excuses than take action. It’s […]

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Virginia’s New Digital Assets Act

Posted on : December 6, 2017, By:  George Dillon
Virginia's New Digital Assets Act

Sometimes it seems our world has been overtaken by 0s and 1s. E-readers have invaded the book world, and our car’s GPS system gives us directions in a soft, feminine voice – no more folding and unfolding maps while trying to steer. Now, when someone dies, they don’t just hand down cars, jewelry, and the […]

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