Volume 16 | November 20, 2018
Matrimonial | Trust & Estate | Elder Law 
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From Our Blog
Don’t Let Your Family Fight Over Your Care

Disputes over how to care for loved ones happen more often than most people realize and these situations don’t involve relatives who hate each other. Usually, they are loving families who disagree about what to do. Here are 4 main areas of conflict and how to avoid these problems in your own family.

Do’s and Don’ts for Divorced Parents During the Holidays

The holidays can be a particularly difficult time for parents who are divorced or separated. Unfortunately, children pick up on the stress even if parents aren’t openly fighting so it’s important for parents to make an extra effort during the holidays to put children first. Here are a few do’s and don’ts to help during the holidays.

Interesting Reads
For Grown Children Of Divorce, Holidays Are Always Half-Full

Even adult children feel the stress and grief of their parents divorce during the holidays.

When Is the Right Time for Hospice Care?

Caregivers should know what hospice involves and how to navigate the decision.

The Truth About 2019’s Social Security Cost-of-Living Increase

What the 2.8 percent bump will really mean for retired Americans.

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Our goal is to empower clients. Rather than take charge and set the agenda, we equip you with the tools you need to be an active participant in your matter. Whether you need guidance with estate planning or you are dealing with a family dispute or divorce, our matrimonial and trusts and estates practices can help you find solutions that meet your needs and avoid litigation.