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Physician-Assisted Death for the Terminally Ill

New Death with Dignity Bill Proposed in Indiana

Whether it’s from cancer, Alzheimer’s, or another chronic disease, watching a loved one slip away can be a heart-wrenching struggle. …

Which Assets Avoid Probate?

Part two in our probate series

Whether you’re the executor of a will or creating your own estate plan, understanding the ins and outs of estate …

What Exactly is Probate?

Part one of two in our probate series

When grieving the loss of a loved one, settling an estate is probably the last thing on your mind. But …

COVID-19 Stay at Home Order and Parenting Time

Co-Parenting During the Coronavirus Pandemic 

In the best of times, co-parenting can be difficult for divorced or unmarried parents. In general, both mom and dad …

Drug Abuse and Parenting Time

What to do if you suspect your ex is using drugs

Divorce is difficult for every family, especially when children are involved. You want your kids to be happy and healthy …

Capital Gains Incentives: How You Can Invest

Part three of three in our Qualified Opportunity Zones series

Ben Franklin famously shared, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain but death and taxes.” Almost 250 …

New Guidelines to US Naturalization

Don’t Let a Blemished Past Hinder Citizenship

If you’re a non-citizen living in the United States, chances are you came to America for an opportunity to learn, …

Contracts for Business Startups

Knowing Contract Types and the Fine Print

Starting your own business can be an exciting opportunity to do what you love, be your own boss, and make …

Farm Succession Planning

Protecting your legacy

Like many folks who own a business, farm owners care deeply about their operations. You plan that your agribusiness will …

Estate Planning in Your 20s and 30s

6 Reasons to Get Your Affairs in Order

If you’re young, estate planning is probably not high on your priority list. Old age, wrinkles, major health problems, and …