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Legal Gangsters: Netflix's "I Care A Lot" Uncovers The Dark Side Of Legal Guardianship - Part 1

The Netflix movie I Care a Lot provides a dark, violent, and somewhat comedic take on the real life and not-at-all funny dangers of the legal (and sometimes corrupt) guardianship system. While the film's twisting plot may seem far-fetched, it sheds light on a tragic phenomenon—the abuse of seniors at the hands of crooked “professional” guardians.

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6 ways the American Rescue Plan can boost your Family's Finances - Part 2

Signed into law on March 11th, President Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP) is the largest direct-to-taxpayer stimulus legislation ever passed, and it came just in time to save millions of Americans whose unemployment benefits were about to expire.

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6 Ways The American Rescue Plan Can Boost Your Family's Finances - Part 1

Signed into law on March 11th, President Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP) is the largest direct-to-taxpayer stimulus legislation ever passed, and it came just in time to save millions of Americans whose unemployment benefits were about to expire.

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April 2021 Q&A

Question: What estate planning documents should my son, who just turned 18 and is planning to attend college in the fall, have in place?

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7 ways to Save Big Money on your 2020 Taxes - Part 2

2020 was a nightmarish year for many families. But thanks to recent legislation, you could see a silver lining in the form of major tax breaks when filing your income taxes this spring. First up, although it's technically not a tax break, the IRS recently announced that the deadline for filing your 2020 federal income taxes has been pushed back from April 15 to May 17, 2021, which gives you an extra month to get your tax return handled.

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7 Ways To Save Big Money On Your 2020 Taxes - Part 1

2020 was a nightmarish year for many families. But thanks to recent legislation, you could see a silver lining in the form of major tax breaks when filing your income taxes this spring. First up, although it's technically not a tax break, the IRS announced this week that the deadline for filing your 2020 federal income taxes has been pushed back from April 15 to May 17, 2021, which gives you an extra month to get your tax return handled.

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Managing Child Care while dealing with Covid-19: Tips for Parents - Part 2

Even though there are now vaccines for the pandemic and the number of new cases is on the decline, becoming infected is still a very real possibility. And for parents who suffer from any debilitating illness, it can be a colossal challenge to navigate your typical parenting responsibilities, while trying to recover.

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Managing Child Care While Dealing With Covid-19: Tips For Parents - Part 1

Even though there are now vaccines for COVID-19 and the number of new cases is on the decline, becoming infected with the virus is still a very real possibility. And for parents who become infected, it can be a colossal challenge to navigate your typical parenting responsibilities, while trying to recover from the illness.

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March 2021 Q&A

Question: Do I need to create a new will if I move to another state?

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Larry King's death Highlights the Importance of Updating your Estate Plan for Divorce and Death - Part 2

Legendary TV and radio host, Larry King, died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on January 23rd, 2021 at age 87. Larry was hospitalized in December due to COVID-19, but he'd recently been moved from the ICU to a regular hospital room after recovering from the virus.

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