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The 'Lazy Girls' Guide to Estate Planning

By Catherine Hodder, Esq.

There are “lazy girl" trends all over the internet. “Lazy girl dinners" are easy recipes requiring minimal effort, such as avocado toast or wine and Cheeze-its. There are “lazy girl jobs," which are good-paying jobs that reject the hustle and grind lifestyle or in which you can …

Is It Illegal to Use a Dead Person's Social Media?

By Catherine Hodder, Esq.

If you have a friend or loved one pass away you may want to notify friends and family through their social media accounts. Or you may want to download their photos and keep important data. If they have a successful influencer channel, you may want to continue posting to…

Why College Students Need a Will

By Madison Hess, J.D.

Why College Students Need a Will All young adults should think about end-of-life planning, and each college student needs to think about making a will. Preparing a will benefits you, your fam, and even your friends or other loved ones. You shouldn't wait until you think you're near the end…

Who Gets Barbie’s Dream House? How Unmarried Couples Transfer Property

By Catherine Hodder, Esq.

In the Barbie movie, Ken takes over Barbie's dream house (which is adverse possession and a topic for a different article). But if Barbie wanted to leave Ken her dream house after her death, she could do it in a few ways. This article explains how to transfer real property…

Even Barbie Thinks About Dying: She Needs a Will!

By Madison Hess, J.D.

The original Barbie doll, an American icon created by Ruth Handler, was meant to inspire children and make young girls dream about what they could become in the future. Director Greta Gerwig's Barbie can also be a role model for adults because she thinks about dying! Spoilers ahead. The new…

What Taylor Swift Gets Wrong About Inheritance and Estate Planning in “Anti-Hero"

By Catherine Hodder, Esq.

American songwriter, Taylor Swift, is known for her catchy lyrics and sold-out concerts, but she isn't really sought after for estate planning information. In her song “Anti-Hero," she sings about disinheriting her family: I have this dream my daughter-in-law kills me for the money She thinks I left them in…

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