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Where is your favorite place you have traveled to?

Those of you who know me well know that I love to travel. I also love talking about traveling — whether it is somewhere domestic or an overseas adventure. Naturally, one of the first questions I’ll ask anyone is, “What trips have you taken?” And that’s quickly...

What is an Ethical Will, and why do I need it?

It has always amazed me that no matter how much we have talked and written about wills, trusts, and other estate planning strategies over the years, there is always a fun new wrinkle to add to the conversation. Take Ethical Wills, for example. While different from...

Alzheimer’s Care: Learning to ask for help

When you have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, learning to ask for help can be a monumental challenge to one’s sense of self—in particular, one’s sense of independence. After all, we expect to be able to do things on our own, whether it is something as simple...

I miss seeing your smiles

Now that we are all wearing face masks, can I just tell you how much I miss seeing people smile? I think that’s been the biggest adjustment for me during this new norm. No matter where I go, and no matter how many people I’m around every day—with six feet of...

Estate Planning: Revocable Trusts and Irrevocable Trusts

When Jimmy and Francis (not their real names) came to us to get their estate planning in order, Jimmy was in the early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease. They said nothing would give them more peace of mind than having a trust in place to ensure their stuff is divided...

Caitlyn Ashley Reflects on Her Time as a Rotarian, Helping Others

It was a typical weekday afternoon, and our very own probate attorney Caityln Ashley found herself hanging drywall in a cute one-story house in Pilot Point. Caitlyn is used to rolling up her sleeves and putting in a few hours of hard work, but as she reached for the...