Preparing Your Heirs: The List and the Talk

Preparing Your Heirs: The List and The Talk By: Annika Bockius-Suwyn, Esq. You have an estate plan! Great! (Don’t you? If not, give us a call!) So, now what? First, you make The List. Right now, your financial profile is in your control and in your mind: you know...

Protecting Your Identity

By: Deborah M. Danger, Esq. It’s been over a year since the Equifax Data Breach.  The one that made us all desperately scramble to protect our personal information that may have already been confiscated and sold on the dark web. Immediately after the headlines started...

The Court’s Exciting Fiduciary Litigation Session!

by: Meagan Durigan, Esq. Fiduciary Litigation Session So maybe this is only something that lawyers who love estate work (like us!), find exciting! But in November of 2017, a pilot program was established in the Norfolk Probate and Family Court, which created a...

5 Ways To Help Deal With Divorce

by: Candace McDuffie   Divorce is one of the most difficult and life-changing events that a person could ever experience. No matter which partner files first, the process is a painful one that frequently pits spouse against spouse and usually assets, property,...

The Best Interest of the Child

by: Kent Elliott I want to talk about what it means when we talk about the best interest of the child when considering custodial arrangements. Agonizing over the well-being of a child or children during the dissolution of a marriage or partnership is one of the...