Month: June 2018

Your Kids Don’t Want Your Stuff (or know what to do with it…)

A recent New York Times article addressed what is a recurring theme in our practice… people don’t know what to do with their stuff.  With two parents who recently moved into the equivalent of a tiny house, I feel particularly well-versed in the topic of:  “I don’t want your stuff.”  From personal experience, and, more importantly, from many years …

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Child heading to college this Fall? Parents, take note!

It’s that time of year. High school graduations are in full swing.  Families are preparing to bid adieu to their recent graduates who are heading off to college (or otherwise out on their own) this fall. As a parent of young children, it can be hard to imagine a time when you won’t be legally able to …

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