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Don’t punish the kids to get back at your ex

By: Kayla Richmond, Esq. Both moms and dads can make mistakes when parenting their children. When it comes to separating or divorcing families, a parent’s behavior often changes based on emotions they are experiencing from the situation. This may cause some parents to act poorly without understanding the long-lasting effect […]

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Why you should consider a Living Will

By: Anthony Cetrangelo, Jr. With COVID-19 still lingering, it is a good time to address a sometimes forgotten or confusing estate planning document: the “Living Will”.  What is the purpose of a “Living Will?” Some clients are not concerned about their estates or where their assets end up after they […]

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