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Attorney-Client Resource Center Coming Soon

Attorney in front of chalk board with "Coming Soon" sign and written words The Attorney-Client Resource Center by The Law Offices of Jeffrey G. Marsocci

Attorney-Client Relationships Fine-tuned Attorney Marsocci is excited to announce there will be a new online resource center for law office clients coming soon. We have always been committed to providing our clients with good information so they can make the smartest decisions for themselves and their loved ones. In conjunction with Mr. Marsocci’s publishing company, […]

When should I start planning for marriage?

Planning for Marriage Well Ahead of Time by The Law Offices of Jeffrey G. Marsocci

Planning your life legally and strategically includes planning for marriage well ahead of time. This intro to a chapter in “The Divorce Firewall Strategy” book shows it’s never too early to plan. The book The Divorce Firewall Strategy was written to help people plan ahead for marriage and avoid potential problems in the event of divorce to […]

No Kids… Who Gets My Estate?

No Kids. Who gets my estate?

There’s nothing like death and money on the table to make people go a little crazy. No Kids A frequent question from clients is who should be their beneficiaries or contingent beneficiaries if there are no kids or grandkids? In this review of a Reddit thread on r/estateplanning, Jeff Marsocci reviews the advice and comments […]

What Probate Attorneys Don’t Want You to Know

Probate Attorneys - What the Don’t Want You to Know

Follow The Money I’m seeing more attorneys these days at least reference a revocable living trust when speaking with their clients if they are asked about estate planning options. However, it is still the norm if clients call up a law office and ask to get a Will done that attorneys will just go through […]

Asset Protection: Selling Inherited House Inside a Trust

Asset Protection

There’s an awful lot of an advantage to having a lifetime of asset protection, but is it worth it? Should you keep the proceeds of an inherited house inside Mom’s trust? Does it provide asset protection from creditors, divorcing spouses, and disability/Medicaid spend downs? In this reaction and commentary on a Reddit question, Jeff reviews […]

Is Your Suitcase Packed?

Is Your Suitcase Packed - Revocable Living Trust

Revocable Living Trust Is your suitcase packed? When it comes to estate planning with a revocable living trust, I often use the suitcase analogy.  When it comes to avoiding probate, a revocable living trust is like a suitcase. It is designed to take your things from one place to another, and there are many different […]

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