Fellow Gen-Xers, we are not going to live forever. While we continue to live our lives to the fullest, we need to get a few things in order first. Read on for some tips.
A simple change in how legal documents are worded can change hearts and minds.
AI – Artificial Intelligence – has been in the news lately. Unless you are entirely off the grid, I am sure you have heard of AI before (and if you are entirely off the grid, you would not have found this article, but I digress). AI has become an incredibly valuable tool for many industries, … Continue reading Why I am Not Worried About AI Making Family Lawyers Obsolete
Preserving your artistic legacy is an essential part of estate planning for creative professionals.
Creating a gracious office to welcome clients with broken hearts.
An annual office cleaning ritual starts this family lawyer's new year off on right path.
Sparking Joy with a Holistic Family Law Practice.
I challenge you to rethink estate planning, or anything related to death or money, as planning for the best. Life is short, and we are all going to die. Nobody is happy about that, but we can make the best of our lives and not just hope for the best but plan for the best.
I am writing after returning from a two-week vacation, which may have been my most extended work-free break in over fifteen years. Going that long without meaningful rest was not good for me and, frankly, for my clients. Honoring the need for rest and relaxation is now my new normal. With appreciation for the gentle … Continue reading Getaway Takeaways
I am always amazed by the number of professionals who themselves do not seek out professional services. Truthfully, I should not be amazed because I fall into this category myself. After many years of meaning to get around to it and updating our estate plan to fit the current needs of our life, my husband … Continue reading Professionals: Get Professional Help