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College Football Playoff National Championship: 5 Similarities Between Football & Estate Planning

Turn on ESPN, put on your jersey, and stock with fridge with a cold beverage…the College Football Playoff National Championship is tonight. While reading up on the stats and predictions for the southern powerhouse showdown between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Georgia Bulldogs in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, I couldn’t help but make a connection with estate planning…. Read more »

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Framework for a Legacy: Your Art Collection & Estate Planning

The headlines are abuzz with a new world record for any artwork sold at an auction or privately. Leonardo da Vinci’s painting, “Salvator Mundi,” sold for $450.3 million (including the auction house fees) at Christie’s in New York to a private buyer, after an intense 20 minutes of phone bidding. Why such a high price… Read more »

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Court Appointed Guardianship: What it is & How to Protect Yourself

Recently a friend sent me an article from The New Yorker, “How the Elderly Lose Their Rights.” (While a long read, it’s worthwhile.) The piece focused on the tragic case of a Nevada couple—Rudy and Rennie North—who fell victim to a court appointed guardian who failed (terribly) to put the senior victims’ best interests first and… Read more »