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COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic and School

With the start of the fall school year right around the corner, families are under pressure to plan for all of the unknowns, most notably—the unknown with the start of the school.  There are so many uncertainties families are facing:    What if I don’t want my children going back to school in the...

COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic: Can I proceed with my divorce?

On top of the unsurmountable amount of questions divorcing couples face, they are now faced with the question: can we still proceed with a divorce during this pandemic? The short answer is ‘yes’, but with changes.  Local courts have not changed the ability to file for a divorce, what has changed is the...

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Through the Eyes of a Child: What is Divorce?

For the past 50 years, Sesame Street has been the go-to television show for millions and millions of families with young children. According to Theresa Fitzgerald, who oversees branding at the Sesame Workshop, “the Sesame magic is they take difficult topics and put them through the lens of a child, so that it’s...

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Don’t forget about your 529 plan!

A 529 plan (Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code) is a tax-free investment account which authorizes the establishment of accounts set up for future qualified higher education expenses for a minor child, or for private school tuition for a minor child. Although the money in a 529 plan is for the benefit...

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Putting Together Your Team

A major component of my firm’s philosophy is that helping people secure good information and professional guidance will empower them to make good decisions. A client’s team incorporates, where necessary, a pool of professionals with a wide range of experience and expertise who collaborate with us to gather information and analyze options. Pulling...

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