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QUESTION: How frequently do you publish it and is it spammy?
ANSWER: We respect you and your inbox so we only send our newsletter 3-4 times each year. Far from “spammy” – we keep our newsletters and the related blog posts chock full of practical information. We make it a resource that you can digest in the quiet (or not so quiet) of your home or office.
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After reading our newsletters, you may have burning questions you want to ask. Or you may be inspired to take action on an estate plan, trust, will, or related documents – even better! There is a free consultation link in each newsletter and you are always welcome to call the office to learn more about that or schedule a time to come in.
QUESTION: Is your newsletter full of “legalese” and full of things that are dry or difficult to understand?
ANSWER: Great question! Not at all – no legalese here. In fact we go out of our way to make it accessible, straight-forward and easy to understand.
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QUESTION: What sorts of things do you cover?
ANSWER: Where do I start? In our first three issues we covered everything from the ways in which the REAL gift you can give to your family is one of having your affairs in order. It’s one thing to give chocolate and flowers to say “I Love You” on Valentine’s Day – it’s another to demonstrate that love in a deeply meaningful way. We also looked at some of the Frequently Asked Questions from clients and those out there who love to Ask an Attorney once they learn what I do. Oh, and estate planning documents – we covered that too. There are certain ones that are “must haves” and all of that was outlined in one of the newsletters so readers can know what they need.
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