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Happy 96th Birthday, Tutu!

Posted by Leigh Hilton on May 9, 2018

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Tutu is a wonderful lady, who celebrated her 96th birthday last January with her family. Can you believe that 20 family members were missing and all but 2 of them are her family?  I love listening to her tell stories. Her actual name is Bert Du Teil, but her friends call her Birdie or Tutu. She tells me if you called out Tutu in a grocery story in Hawaii a lot of grandmothers would respond.
My name is Tammy Stark and I have had the pleasure of being Leigh’s legal assistant for 10 years. When I came to work with Leigh, we were part of a firm before going out on her own. We shared an office, and when you share an office you really get a chance to know each other. It is hard to believe that we went from sharing an office to her having 3 buildings, another
Before you leave on your next trip, do you have everything in order? Trips are fun, (you know how I love to travel!), but I also know that it is important to be prepared for the unexpected. Besides the usual packing list, and arrangements for your home, and perhaps pets to be cared for, there is another checklist to consider. Is your estate plan up to date? Do you have a Directive to Physicians specifying

Where Have You Been Lately?

Posted by Leigh Hilton on May 9, 2018

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It’s vacation time and I love to travel! I love everything about it: talking about travel, swapping stories about places we have been and places we might want to go. That is why I want to add a place in our newsletter where we can do just that. I want all of you to send me your travel stories with pictures. Tell us about a trip you have taken (about two pages, including the pictures),

It Takes Guts

Posted by Leigh Hilton on April 4, 2018

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My job involves asking difficult questions. The questions are hard because they are about things none of us want to think about. When I was a young lawyer, I did not realize just how hard these questions were. For example, if a couple has minor children, I have to ask, “Who do you want to raise your children if you are unable to?” Of course that is a necessary question and one that is vitally

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