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 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
Several years ago, I began intentionally referring to myself as a Family Lawyer. More than just branding, I felt this term captured the scope of my practice and better reflected my style and approach to the law. Why not just call yourself a divorce attorney? A question I encounter is why I do not call … Continue reading What is a Family Lawyer?
I had a great professor in law school that was one of those rare creatures who was a brilliant academic mind but also a gifted teacher. Knowing she had an auditorium filled with young law students who were desperately seeking black and white answers, whenever a topic came up where the answer was not clearcut … Continue reading Estate Planning: No Hidden Costs and No Hiding My Fees
Proving they were way more awesome than I appreciated at the time or quite possibly because since I was the youngest by 11 years they were beyond giving a hoot, my parents introduced me to George Carlin at a very young age. To their credit, the Seven Words You Can Never Say on … Continue reading A Place for Your Stuff