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Philip Seymour Hoffman – Oscar-winning Actor’s Estate Planning Mistakes

As you may know, renowned award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman passed away in early February 2014 leaving behind three children and his long-time girlfriend. What you may not know is that he also left behind an estimated $35 million estate, and a will that has been filed for probate. The will, however, has many mistakes […]

Obamacare Delay: What It Means for Small Business

Barak Obama’s administration unexpectedly announced in late June 2013 that implementation of new “Obamacare” health law penalties would be delayed for at least a year. The penalties, originally slated to start January 1, 2014 (see a discussion here), are now on hold until at least January 1, 2015. Along with a sense of relief, this […]

Is Grade Retention – Repeating a Grade – Best for Your Child?

School districts sometimes propose (or insist) grade retention for your child in order to allow the child more time to develop the skills that s/he did not develop this school year or to allow the child time to mature before moving on to the next grade level. Is this an effective or appropriate course of […]

DRAIL Ability Resource Fair and Assistive Technology Expo

The Tagre Law Office was delighted to participate in the Disability Resource Agency for Independent Living (DRAIL) Ability Resource Fair that was held on September 25, 2015 at the Howard Training Center. DRAIL’s mission is to empower persons with disabilities to achieve greater independence and is one of 29 Centers for Independent Living throughout the […]

Delaware Corporation or Nevada Corporation While Doing Business in California

Occasionally, a client asks whether s/he should incorporate outside of California, such as establishing their business as a Delaware corporation or Nevada corporation. Delaware corporations are popular and, in fact, most major U.S. companies choose to do business as Delaware corporations because Delaware has a long history of case law that is considered very favorable […]

Have Powers of Attorney for Your College-Aged Children

Everyone knows that when children turn 18 the law considers them adults that can make decisions on their own. You may not realize, however, that when your child turns 18, you no longer have the authority to know about their medical records or make decisions about their medical treatment. Can you imagine your child needing […]

Special Needs Trust Fairness Act Passes Hurdle in Senate

Federal legislation called The Special Needs Trust Fairness Act is struggling to make its way through congress, but has passed a significant hurdle on its way to possible passage. On June 24, 2015, the proposed law cleared the Senate Finance Committee and will now go to the full Senate for a vote. The House version […]

Inheritance – Passing Family Heirlooms

The Wall Street Journal recently published an article noting that baby boomers and seniors are not interested in merely leaving behind money as their legacy, but are more interested in passing along a heritage through family heirlooms and history which enrich the lives of future generations. According to a 2012 survey conducted by Allianz Life […]

Working With Your Spouse or Partner? Here’s Some Advice

About a third of all family businesses are run by husband-and-wife teams. Sometimes these entrepreneurial teams have a great relationship and their business thrives. Other times, working with your spouse or partner can lead to the end of the relationship. Here are some things to consider if you are or plan to be in this […]

Imagine if the Details of Your Will Became a Public Record

With today’s technology and without the creation of a proper trust, probated wills have become public records and may even be accessed online. Some examples are: Paul Revere left all his household furniture to an unmarried daughter. Daniel Webster willed his grandson a gold snuff box with the head of George Washington on it and all […]