An introduction to The Divorce Firewall Strategy book, which is now available on Kindle. Classes available now! The world is going digital! Actually, it’s more accurate to say that the world is becoming more digital, and this includes how we consume educational media. On Monday, July 31, 2023, we launched the new book called The Divorce […]
The Law Offices of Jeffrey G. Marsocci, PLLC is pleased to welcome Hazel Ann D. Mejia to the team! After an exhaustive search and several failed attempts to find someone to work physically in the office, we came to the reluctant conclusion that we had to expand our search and be open to a remote employee. Hazel […]
It sounds ridiculous that it even has to be stated, but with the New Year we need to focus on fact-based solutions to our problems… and that will be considered “revolutionary.” As I usually do, I have been on my annual end-of-year break and, unfortunately, I had a chance to dig a few inches deep […]
Fit & Legal This may be of interest to many of you and some not so much. That is why it is a separate channel on YouTube. With little fanfare, I have launched the new Fit and Legal YouTube channel focused on health and fitness. The reason there is so little buzz and promotion around […]
This year the Care Assistance Center has invested in a revolutionary new tool called the RX Angel to assist our own clients with their annual enrollment with Medicare. The RX Angel takes all the guess work out of choosing what Medicare plan works best for you. Got your attention???
Jeff’s latest book, Financial Planning Basics, has just been released and is now available on Amazon.com. When asked why he decided to write about financial planning, Jeff first began by saying, “We have working relationships with some pretty great financial advisors and planners, and the last thing we want to do is second guess them. […]
The LGBT Community is bracing itself under the new Trump Administration. It’s not a time to panic, but it is time for members of the community to get their houses in order.
Potential creditors, divorcing spouses, or a problem-in-law: How certain are you that your estate will eventually make it to your grandkids? Find out at my upcoming seminar.
In July, our legal assistant, Kayou Lee, received an email from an inquisitive ninth grade homeschooler with an unusual personal request. Fourteen-year-old Alyce from Henderson County always wanted to be in law enforcement, and recently decided that she wanted to be a lawyer. “I’m writing to you because I would like to shadow you as […]
If you call the office or pay us a visit, chances are the first person you will see or hear from is Cara Matthews, our firm’s new Office Manager.