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Brette Sember, J.D.

Brette Sember, J.D.

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  • Deciding Between an Attorney or Online Forms for Estate Planning

    Making the decision to start the estate planning process is an important one. The first thing you must decide is if you can use an online estate planning tool or if you should work directly with an attorney. There are benefits to both approaches, but only you can decide which is appropriate for you.

  • Why It's Time To Update Your Estate Plan

    If you already have an estate plan in place, you might think you're all set and don't need to think about estate planning ever again. Most people actually need to update their estate plan every few years because life, finances, and relationships are always changing. Many changes happen over the years, and it is essential that your estate plan stays current to reflect those changes and the impact on your wishes.

  • The Types of People Who Need a Will

    You might assume a will is something only older people need to be concerned about. In actuality, every adult should have a will and estate plan, whether they are 18 or 99 years old.

  • Why Blended Families Need Estate Planning

    Estate planning is important for all families. For parents in blended families, however, it is an absolute necessity. The complexities of the modern blended family require thoughtful estate planning to ensure that every member of the family is protected, provided for, and recognized properly. Creating a will with a lawyer or through an online estate planning service like FindLaw Legal Forms & Services ensures that all of the children you and your spouse have will have their unique needs met when you are no longer alive.

  • How To Talk to Your Loved Ones About Estate Planning

    As your loved ones age, you probably are starting to have concerns about their future. End-of-life planning is easy to put off because it is emotionally challenging and may feel overwhelming. But the sooner you have the conversation, the easier it will be, and the more quickly everyone can put their minds at ease.

  • When Should You Start Estate Planning?

  • Is it Legal To Sell Plants and Produce From Home?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has enticed many people to suddenly become interested in plants and growing things from home. If your green thumb has blossomed, you might be wondering if you can sell the plants and produce you grow as a home business, small business, or hobby. There are some restrictions and caveats to keep in mind.

  • Can Employers Legally Ask About Your Current or Previous Salary?

    The average person will have 12 jobs in their lifetime, a significant change from years ago when people stayed in one job their entire adult life. For many people, switching employers may be the fastest way to increase their earnings. When you are looking for a new job, you may wonder if a prospective employer can ask you about your salary at your current or previous jobs.

  • Can You Legally Fly a Drone Anywhere?

    Drones are an exciting and fun way to get a bird's eye view of an area. This new hobby has taken off, but as a drone pilot, it's important to understand where your drone is permitted and where it's not before you accidentally pilot into troubled skies.

  • Is Your Golf Cart Street Legal?

    Golf carts are becoming more and more popular as a mode of transportation, They're smaller, less expensive than cars, and as most are rechargeable electric vehicles, they are affordable to drive. But the laws about golf carts being street legal vary from state to state and can even vary from city to city, as well as for the type of road (local or state).

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