October 8, 2021

House Democrats Propose Sweeping New Changes to Tax Laws That Stand to Have Major Impact on Estate Planning

On September 13, 2021, Democrats in the House of Representatives released a new $3.5 trillion proposed spending plan that includes a wide array of...
September 23, 2021

Estate Planning 101: Wills vs. Trusts

Wills and trusts are two of the most commonly used estate planning documents, and they form the foundation of most estate plans...
September 10, 2021

Legendary Rapper DMX Dies With No Will, Millions in Debt, and 15 Children—Part 2

A follow-up to our story two weeks ago about the legal and finanical problems of legendary rapper DMX.
August 26, 2021

Legendary Rapper DMX Dies With No Will, Millions in Debt, and 15 Children—Part 1

Despite selling more than 74 million albums and enjoying a wildly successful career in both music and movies, DMX, who died without a will...
July 1, 2021

Grieve, Don’t Grab – How to Protect Estate Property Immediately After a Death

Crazy things can – and do – happen within family dynamics when a loved one dies. Having a good attorney on your side to help you...
June 3, 2021

Liability Waivers in COVID-19-Era Montana

Even though there are now broad protections under Montana law for COVID-19 and the inherent risks of sports and recreational opportunities, liability waivers are still a good practice for businesses and non-profits that engage with the public.
May 21, 2021

My Moonstone Necklace & Why You Should Record the Details of Sentimental Items as Part of Your Estate Planning

If you want to keep your loved ones from fighting over your things, then it is crucial to leave clear directions for disposition.
May 5, 2021

Don’t “Set it and Forget It” with your Estate Planning Documents

You should be reviewing your estate planning documents (wills, trusts, advanced healthcare directives, powers of attorney, etc.) at LEAST every three years, if not yearly, to make sure they are still current and still reflect your wishes.
April 22, 2021

“Justice” is Expensive (and Slow and Stressful)

When we see portrayals of the justice system in action, whether in movies or television, or through media coverage of actual cases, the focus is often on the legal and factual issues of a case and seldom on the time, financial, and emotional costs.
April 8, 2021

Using Estate Planning to Ease the Vulnerabilities of Parenting

If you have kids under the age of 18, estate planning is essential to protect their future and your peace of mind.
October 8, 2021

House Democrats Propose Sweeping New Changes to Tax Laws That Stand to Have Major Impact on Estate Planning

On September 13, 2021, Democrats in the House of Representatives released a new $3.5 trillion proposed spending plan that includes a wide array of...
September 23, 2021

Estate Planning 101: Wills vs. Trusts

Wills and trusts are two of the most commonly used estate planning documents, and they form the foundation of most estate plans...
September 10, 2021

Legendary Rapper DMX Dies With No Will, Millions in Debt, and 15 Children—Part 2

A follow-up to our story two weeks ago about the legal and finanical problems of legendary rapper DMX.
August 26, 2021

Legendary Rapper DMX Dies With No Will, Millions in Debt, and 15 Children—Part 1

Despite selling more than 74 million albums and enjoying a wildly successful career in both music and movies, DMX, who died without a will...
July 1, 2021

Grieve, Don’t Grab – How to Protect Estate Property Immediately After a Death

Crazy things can – and do – happen within family dynamics when a loved one dies. Having a good attorney on your side to help you...
June 3, 2021

Liability Waivers in COVID-19-Era Montana

Even though there are now broad protections under Montana law for COVID-19 and the inherent risks of sports and recreational opportunities, liability waivers are still a good practice for businesses and non-profits that engage with the public.
May 21, 2021

My Moonstone Necklace & Why You Should Record the Details of Sentimental Items as Part of Your Estate Planning

If you want to keep your loved ones from fighting over your things, then it is crucial to leave clear directions for disposition.
May 5, 2021

Don’t “Set it and Forget It” with your Estate Planning Documents

You should be reviewing your estate planning documents (wills, trusts, advanced healthcare directives, powers of attorney, etc.) at LEAST every three years, if not yearly, to make sure they are still current and still reflect your wishes.
April 22, 2021

“Justice” is Expensive (and Slow and Stressful)

When we see portrayals of the justice system in action, whether in movies or television, or through media coverage of actual cases, the focus is often on the legal and factual issues of a case and seldom on the time, financial, and emotional costs.
April 8, 2021

Using Estate Planning to Ease the Vulnerabilities of Parenting

If you have kids under the age of 18, estate planning is essential to protect their future and your peace of mind.