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Modifying parenting plans in hostile situations

Divorced parents know all too well the stress involved with juggling child custody and visitation schedules. When parents divorce, many outline a parenting plan agreement that sets forth specific schedules, expectations and other provisions regarding time spent with the child after the separation.

Navigating the challenges of open adoption

Although open adoptions are the new standard for adoptions, there are still misconceptions about how the process works. In open adoptions, the birth parent and adoptive parent have varying levels of contact leading up to and after the placement of the child. The contact may be mediated by an attorney, with the exchange of occasional letters and photos, or fully open and include periodic phone calls and visits.

What is the role of a Personal Representative?

When an individual (a testator) creates a will, there must be a designated person who will be responsible for carrying out the testator’s wishes outlined in the will when the testator dies. This individual is called the Personal Representative.  In other states, he or she may be called an executor. 

Millennials are wise to think about estate planning

If you are in your 20s or 30s, you may not give much thought to estate planning. For one thing, you may think your assets are not sufficient to make up the framework of an "estate." For another, old age -- even middle age -- probably seems like forever into the future, so there is plenty of time to consider planning for your retirement years.

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