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  • Thank you, Ms. Opal Lee

    Today we celebrate Juneteenth as the day it was meant to be; a NATIONAL holiday to honor the emancipation of slaves in the United States. Today we celebrate freedom. We celebrate the tenacity of Ms. Opal Lee, now lovingly donned as the, "The Grandmother of Juneteenth!" Juneteenth became a federal holiday yesterday, when it was signed into law by President Biden. After a year of such heartache and ...
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  • HIPAA - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996

    HIPAA - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 Scrolling through the Washington Post this morning, I came across this article regarding HIPAA and Covid vaccination status. So, I thought what better time to send out this reminder... Part of your estate planning documents SHOULD include a HIPAA waiver. This is critical for the medical community to be able to disclose your ...
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  • What to Give Mom? A Mother's Day Series

    Mother's Day is finally here and you’re probably still looking for the perfect gift. Flowers and cards are always appreciated, but maybe this year, you can get her something different: the peace of mind that comes with an estate plan . Wait, what? We know it’s not pretty or poetic but hear us out. An estate plan can be the perfect gift for mothers of any age or stage of life. In this series we ...
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  • What to Give Mom? A Mother's Day Series

    Mother's Day is nearly here and you’re probably still looking for the perfect gift. Flowers and cards are always appreciated, but maybe this year, you can get her something different: the peace of mind that comes with an estate plan . Wait, what? We know it’s not pretty or poetic but hear us out. An estate plan can be the perfect gift for mothers of any age or stage of life. In this series we will ...
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  • What to Give Mom? A Mother's Day Series

    Mother's Day is here and you’re probably still looking for the perfect gift. Flowers and cards are always appreciated, but maybe this year, you can get her something different: the peace of mind that comes with an estate plan . Wait, what? We know it’s not pretty or poetic but hear us out. An estate plan can be the perfect gift for mothers of any age or stage of life. In this series we will ...
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  • What to Give Mom? A Mother's Day Series

    Mother's Day is nearly here and you’re probably still looking for the perfect gift. Flowers and cards are always appreciated, but maybe this year, you can get her something different: the peace of mind that comes with an estate plan . Wait, what? We know it’s not pretty or poetic but hear us out. An estate plan can be the perfect gift for mothers of any age or stage of life. In this series we will ...
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  • Ready for 70: A Financial Physical for the Aging Baby Boomer

    Rebecca was a guest speaker with Barrett Porter of Abacus Wealth Partners where they discussed financial planning for Baby Boomer's. What an incredible cornucopia of information in under an hour! Check it out and share with the Baby Boomers in your life!
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  • Today is National Healthcare Decision Day

    In honor of NHDD we are reposting this popular article from 2019. Now, more than ever, we are aware that life is unpredictable. Nothing is guaranteed and planning ahead is truly the best way to enjoy the here and now! Celebrate the day by talking to your loved ones about your wishes... National Healthcare Decision Day – Even Young People Have Accidents and Unexpected Illnesses Estate planning is ...
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  • Rebecca and About Senior Solutions FaceBook Live Stream-Visionary Aging: Living and Aging Your Way

    Rebecca had the pleasure of joining Mary Winners of About Senior Solutions for a Facebook live chat about estate planning. Watch and enjoy!
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  • March is Women's History Month. Celebrate and Write Your Own Legacy...

    An Advance Health Care Directive , like other estate planning documents, is like Imodium: by the time you need one, it’s already too late to run out and get it. Planning for the unexpected (and sometimes unpleasant) is important! As women, we are all too often called upon to be the ones to plan ahead. Why should what happens to us when we are no longer able to care for ourselves or after we leave ...
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  • Make Sure Your Family Can Access Your Accounts

    This is a repost from a while back but not an out of date topic! Checkout this recent video for additional details. Imagine what it would be like if you had to find all of the account numbers, passwords and important documents for a loved one without any clues? How long would that take you? How stressful would that be? What if you couldn’t figure it out? “When people are under emotional stress ...
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  • Column: The deaths of Tommy Lasorda and Tom LaBonge leave a hole in the heart of the city

    In the span of several hours, Los Angeles lost two of its biggest personalities, and the city won’t be the same without them. Former L.A. City Councilman and four-decade public servant Tom LaBonge died unexpectedly Thursday night at his home in Silver Lake at age 67. And then we all woke to the news Friday morning that Hall of Fame Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda, a World Series champion, had died at ...
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  • Estate Planning for Blended Families

    Estate Planning for Blended Families Blog Making an estate plan can be complicated. Now imagine a blended family – think Brady Bunch – making an estate plan . This means double the trouble, more opinions than necessary – add a smidge of hurt feelings, a dash of pride, a boatload of drama and voila! The perfect recipe for disaster! But… it doesn’t have to be this way. Discover the common problems ...
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  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: How to make it a day of service even when you're stuck at home

    "Caught between colliding pressures of a pandemic, political unrest and outcries for social justice, this Martin Luther King Day of Service is unlike any other. But despite the limitations of the season, this federal holiday doesn't have to be any less impactful. Now more than ever, MLK Day of Service is enabling everyday people to roll up their sleeves and help their communities -- even while ...
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  • Happy New Year! It's International Walk Your Dog Month

    Welcome to 2021! We are all hopeful that this year brings healing and health, on every level, to our country and our world! What better way to kick off your NEW Year than to walk your furry friend? Walking with a friend is good for you both! Research shows that owning a dog comes with a myriad of health benefits! The list is long and includes things like; lowering your blood pressure, improving ...
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