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  • By: Lorilee Desantis
  • Published: June 2, 2016

Seniors and their families must often make hard decisions for end of life planning. That means having all your “ducks in a row” for the inevitable. This includes your will, trust, life insurance beneficiaries, investments and how and where you will be spending the rest of your life. Where will you be living and how will that be accomplished? Many…Read More

  • By: Lorilee Desantis
  • Published: May 3, 2016

When people come to talk to me about getting a divorce, they inevitably feel very strong emotions about their crumbling relationship with their spouse. Emotions can cloud a person’s judgment and cause people to make hasty decisions which they could regret later on. In order to prevent couples from legally terminating marriages (and breaking up families) before there has been…Read More

  • By: Lorilee Desantis
  • Published: March 3, 2016

Selling and buying a home can be an emotional roller coaster. Especially if you are thinking about divorce, in the middle of divorce or in the aftermath of a divorce. Real estate often becomes a hot issue when the topic of divorce rears its ugly head. Who gets to stay, who has to go and how much is the home…Read More

  • By: Lorilee Desantis
  • Published: February 13, 2015

An Advance Health Care Directive (“AHCD”) is a document which most anyone can benefit from.  Its primary purposes are to (1) nominate an agent to make medical decisions for you and (2) provide information to your agent about the types of medical decisions you would want made on your behalf. Sometimes people put off getting an AHCD because they are…Read More

  • By: Lorilee Desantis
  • Published: December 2, 2014

Almost no one likes to go through probate. It is expensive, time-consuming, and publicly exposes a person’s finances to the world at large. What is probate, and why should it be avoided? Probate is a legal process supervised by the court which may be initiated after a person has died. The purposes of it are to (1) identify a deceased…Read More