Happy Fourth of July – Annual BBQ Recipe

A day of celebrating our country and the people who came before us to create a new nation! What’s better for the Fourth of July than a barbeque? Here’s a recipe for a chicken BBQ dish, rain or shine. Ginger and Lime Marinated Chicken          Ginger and lime are a perfect pairing for summertime cocktails and […]

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May is National Elder Law Month – What Does That Mean?

It began in 1963, when President John F. Kennedy met with the National Council of Senior Citizens and designated May as “Senior Citizens Month” to honor Americans age 65 and older with a Presidential Proclamation. Since then, May has also been designated Elder Law Month by the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), a […]

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Estate Planning Tells Them You Really Care

Another box of chocolates, another dozen roses, but after Valentine’s Day has been and done, and these are fleeting moments. What is not fleeting is an estate plan, which may not sound romantic until considering how much an estate plan shows your love. We’re not kidding. An estate plan includes a will. That gives your […]

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