By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq.June 20, 2019 Newlyweds Estate Planning Steps for Newlyweds So much planning goes into a wedding, it makes sense that newlyweds feel like they’re set once their vows have been spoken. After all, didn’t you sign on the dotted line of that marriage certificate?...

Barry E. Haimo, Esq.June 13, 2019 Estate Planning Estate Planning Tips for Unmarried Partners When life partners decide not to tie the knot right away – or ever – they limit their ability to enjoy every financial advantage that comes with being wed. Essentially, the law doesn’t recognize...

By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq.May 23, 2019 Last Will and Testament concept image Biggest Celebrity Estate Planning Failures Fame and fortune may insulate celebrities from many daily struggles everyday people face. But just like you and me, without proper guidance they are subject to the very same...

Revocable trust By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq.May 2, 2019 The Problem of Not Funding Your Revocable Trust One commonly-used strategy for estate planning is to create a revocable – or living – trust. This is a legal entity entrusted with holding ownership of an individual’s personal assets. It...

By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq.April 25, 2019 3D illustration artificial fertilization. Assisted reproductive treatment. Estate Planning with an Eye toward Assisted Reproduction Advances in technology have opened many doors in the world of family planning. Partners can conceive by freezing eggs, storing sperm, or reaching out to anonymous...

By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq.April 11, 2019 Estate planning worksheet The Dangers of DIY Estate Planning DIY (Do-It-Yourself) is one of the most popular phenomena today. More and more people are finding it worthwhile to roll up their sleeves and accomplish diverse home repairs and other improvement...

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By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. July 19, 2018 When a Loved One Passes Away: How to Handle Their Google and Facebook Email. Google. Facebook. More and more of our lives are happening online. Digital assets can include general information, photos and other media, personal posts, financial accounts, books...

How the Right to Terminate Transferred Copyrights Impacts Estate Planning By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. April 12, 2018 For artists, writers, and other creators of work protected by copyright, estate planning requires some additional considerations. One issue that is often overlooked is the right to terminate copyright transfers....

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