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Living Wills

A living will allows an individual to take control of his/her future medical treatment in advance of an incapacitating illness or injury by specifying in advance whether or not a person is to have his/her life prolonged through artificial or…

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Letter of Instruction for Heirs

A ‘letter of instruction’ can spare you and your heirs a lot of stress if you die or become incapacitated. It can help your family sort through your affairs and find the information they need to help you. Without it,…

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Same-Sex Couples Should Review Estate Plan

Same-sex couples should review their estate plans in light of the Supreme Courts decision striking down part of the federal Defense of Marriage Act. The Supreme Court said that the federal law, which refused to recognize same-sex marriages with regard…

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The ABCs of Arbitration

In the event of unsuccessful challenges to the arbitration award or failure to comply with 
the award, the prevailing party is ordinarily entitled to costs, including a reasonable 
attorneys’ fee for having to compel arbitration or defend or enforce the…

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