5 Reasons To Keep Your Beneficiaries Up to Date

By James S. Rizzo, Esq.* “What’s in a name?” – William Shakespeare To answer Shakespeare, “Everything!” Many people may not associate naming beneficiaries on insurance and financial documents as “estate planning” because it usually does not involve a visit with an attorney. However, what is normally the easiest form of estate planning is often neglected…

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5 Estate Planning Documents to Consider in the Wake of COVID-19

By James S. Rizzo, Esq.* “Out of crisis comes clarity.” – Randolph O’Toole I’m sure by now most people have had their fill of quarantine, health fears and/or much worse, having to deal with a loved one who has fallen ill or passed away during this pandemic. Many feel anxiety about the real or perceived

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Power of Attorney

The Dangers of Not Having a Power of Attorney

By James S. Rizzo, Esq.* “A man who procrastinates in his choosing will inevitably have his choice made for him by circumstance.” – Hunter S. Thompson Clients are often surprised when I tell them the Power of Attorney is arguably the most urgent estate planning document to have completed, with a Will and Health Care

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