Lessons From the Terri Schiavo Right-to-Die Case

One of the saddest and most controversial cases touching upon the area of estates and trusts is the right-to-die case of Theresa Marie (“Terri”) Schiavo. The Terri Schiavo Right-to-Die Case As you may know, on February 25, 1990, Terri Schiavo, who lived in Florida with her husband, Michael, suffered a heart attack. Terri had never [...]

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Doctors Do Not Operate on Themselves And You Should Not Do Your Own Lifetime Estate Planning

Maybe you can install your own adobe tile floors, make your own Mata Ortiz pots, teach yourself a foreign language, and improve your golf game on your own. But when it comes to preparing your estate planning documents, this is no do-it-yourself project. Save Yourself Money and Headaches: Hire Competent Estate Planning Counsel. The problem [...]

Why You Should Consider Paying More For Your Estate Planning Documents

We’ve all heard the saying, “you get what you pay for.”  That is so true when it comes to estate planning documents. More Than Just Forms. Estate planning requires a lot more than just filling out a form. Don’t get us wrong, the forms are important, but putting together a comprehensive plan requires careful thought, [...]