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Blog Posts in 2015

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  • 2015 End of Year Estate Planning
    2015 End of Year Estate Planning

    As 2015 comes to a close, Sallen Law would like to take this opportunity to highlight some of the year’s important legal developments affecting estate planning, as well as certain year-end planning ...

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  • Blended Families have a Heightened Need for Proper Estate Plans
    Blended Families have a Heightened Need for Proper Estate Plans

    People with blended families can face complex estate planning challenges. They may want to provide for their current spouse, their children with their current spouse, their children from previous ...

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  • What will Happen to the 6 month old of the San Bernardino shooters?
    What will Happen to the 6 month old of the San Bernardino shooters?

    On December 2, 2015, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik left their 6-month-old baby girl with Farook’s mother, saying they had a doctor’s appointment. Farook then stopped by an office party at the ...

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  • Time to Talk Turkey! The Importance of Estate Planning During the Holidays
    Time to Talk Turkey! The Importance of Estate Planning During the Holidays

    With Thanksgiving and the winter holidays coming up, there are at least two prime opportunities to get families all under one roof and talking. Estate planning should be part of that conversation. No, ...

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  • Halloween Edition: Some scary reasons why people don't have an estate plan
    Halloween Edition: Some scary reasons why people don't have an estate plan

    62 percent of clients fail to plan because they are under the assumption that estate planning is only for the wealthy. If you have any assets or any children, you have a need to plan. Estate planning ...

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  • Protect your assets if your children get divorced
    Protect your assets if your children get divorced

    Divorce is not an easy process to go through. If affects everyone in the family. But how can you protect your assets so that your former - in law doesn't benefit from your estate? As future spouses ...

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