Tag Archives: Estate Planning

What does the Operating Agreement Say?

We interrupt our normal broadcasting to rebroadcast this interesting case law news flash!  Can the provisions of an LLC Agreement avoid probate? Can it act as a Will substitute?  What does the Operating Agreement Say?  Courtesy of Alan Gassman and Chelsea … Continue reading

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Staying on Top of the Day

Staying on top of the day in a law practice can be difficult.  There are always a number of tasks to attend to.  I use a number of tools to try to manage my daily approach to practice as you … Continue reading

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Breathe New Life into Old Advance Health Care Directive Forms

Breathe New Life into Old Advance Health Care Directive Forms   Advance Health Care Directives – Statutory Authority (in Maine) Title 18-A, Article 5 (Protection of Persons Under Disability and Their Property) Part 8: Uniform Health-Care Decisions Act (“Act”), which took … Continue reading

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Going Solo and Running a Small Estate Planning Practice – Part IV

Going Solo Part IV This week’s topic is “Going Solo and Running a Small Estate Planning Practice – Part IV”.  These materials are based, in part, on materials I prepared for a 2012 seminar hosted by the Maine State Bar Association … Continue reading

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