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COVID19 Guidance for Employers

This is an exceptionally difficult time for many local businesses and our clients. The rapidly changing landscape makes it difficult to plan precisely. This general guidance can be used as a framework for addressing several employment related questions as of March 25, 2020. We expect both the advice and situation to change so please check […]

Including your Frequent Flyer Miles in your Estate Plan and your Divorce

The first thing that pops into most minds when starting estate planning or a divorce is “Who gets the house, car, bank account, 401(k), dog, etc.” But not all the valuable assets in an estate are so obvious. Case in point, frequent flyer miles. The Hidden Value For Your Beneficiaries The value of frequent flyer […]

Top Apps for Working Remotely with Your Divorce Attorney

Long before the Coronavirus required people to stay at home, clients frequently communicated with their divorce attorney via phone and email. New social distancing measures, however, have shined an increasingly brighter spotlight on the role of technology in navigating your divorce. The following is a list of key programs and apps that will you help […]

COVID19 and Your Health Care Directive

While the risk of ending up on a ventilator from coronavirus is fairly low for most people, this article in the Seattle Times highlights the importance of considering what kind of life sustaining treatment you would want if you were facing dire circumstances. A properly crafted Health Care Directive gives your health care providers and […]


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