888.489.1699 We’ll care for your family like our own

A Law Firm that Puts

Your Needs First

Blog Posts in March, 2020

  • Coronavirus: Managing Your Mental Health

    If you are anything like me, you vacillate between calm and positive to fearful and nervous, about 25 times a day. The stress we are experiencing from the uncertainty of the Covid19 pandemic is real and tending to ourselves should not be ignored. Our mental health is equally as important as our physical health. But what can we do to protect ourselves mentally? We cannot become socially distant ...
    Continue Reading
  • Social Distancing from the Hackers and the Scammers?

    Thanks to the Coronavirus/Covid19, by now we are all becoming aware of the ups and downs that go hand-in-hand with working from home. (In case you missed our blog with tips on WFH, you can read it here ). One thing you may not have considered is how this new normal opens us up to the online scammers, lurking in the shadows. Our intention, of course, is not to give you more things to worry about ...
    Continue Reading
  • More People Are Thinking About Their Wills, Forcing Lawyers to Improvise

    Rebecca was among the few attorneys interviewed for this article. Thanks to Bloomberg LP for bringing awareness and important insight during this uncertain time in our history. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-25/death-fears-fuel-demand-for-wills-forcing-lawyers-to-improvise
    Continue Reading
  • Suddenly Working from Home?

    Working from home is something I have been blessed (and cursed) to do since my son was almost a year old. He is now 11. There are a million reasons to love this set up and probably as many to hate it. Let's begin with the obvious; I am writing this in my pajamas with wrecked hair and I don't care. Sure, I can run a brush though my hair and change my shirt and be ready for a zoom meeting in 25 ...
    Continue Reading
  • COVID19 - Student Loan Payments on Pause?

    As we navigate this new pandemic landscape with no map, no compass, no tour guide - we will try to share as much of the positive news as we can. 60 days may not be enough, but at least it is a start! Read this article published by the American Bar Association. https://www.abajournal.com/news/article/federal-student-loan-payments-suspended-with-no-interest
    Continue Reading
  • Trying to Be Calm in the Chaos

    If you follow our blogs at all you know that we love Steve Lopez of the LA Times. He published this ** article on Saturday, just a few days after the Governor mandated that residents stay home and most businesses shut down, in the state of California. As Americans, we are used to a certain level of "control" in our life. We have routines that we follow daily; we go to work, we socialize with our ...
    Continue Reading
  • What to Do Now That You are Home...

    Coronavirus (Covid-19) - What to do now that you are home…. In addition to staying safe and spending quality time with family, you now have time to complete those pesky projects that have been hovering over your to-do lists for months or years. Let’s pick; organizing old photos or working on your estate plan ? While many might pick the first one and boy does that feel good to get done, the second ...
    Continue Reading
  • Coronavirus/COVID-19 in California and Your Estate Plan

    Coronavirus/COVID-19 in California and Your Estate Plan . We are in uncharted territories with the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope everyone is staying safe and isn’t dangerously affected by it even though it will clearly impact many. We hesitated to write anything about the virus that related to estate planning because for most of us, even if we get sick, it will not lead to incapacity or death. ...
    Continue Reading
  • Coronavirus? WHO is Most at Risk

    "As public health officials move to confront the coronavirus , they are targeting their most urgent messages to the elderly and frail who are at greatest risk from COVID-19 ." https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-03-08/coronavirus-elderly-frail-people-at-risk
    Continue Reading
Page 1 of 1