College-bound: What parents need to consider before sending their kids off to college
Did you know that your college student needs an estate plan? "Why," you may ask? The answer comes down to age.
Many parents consider putting estate plans in place as a vital element for their family's financial foundation; a means of protecting their loved ones from unnecessary stress, harm and distress in the event of a crisis. Yet many parents aren't aware that getting an estate plan in place for college-bound students or adult children is just as important. As students start to head back to school, consider a few practical tips to help your child truly be ready for their academic careers. <<Read More>>
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Recently our team member Christie Browning (pictured left) was in Tennessee where she spoke to an audience offering encouragement and empowerment to overcome disappointments and setbacks. In her spare time, Christie speaks to women's groups, is seen on college campuses and was recently featured on a local radio station promoting her message.
Karri Duhaime, our senior paralegal, recently attended Northeast Indiana Paralegal Association's luncheon that focused on creating a more efficient and healthier work environment. Membership in this exclusive and prestigious group allows Karri to stay on top of her profession with regular seminars, luncheons and events aimed at her success and know-how.
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