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Can a Will Written in a Text Be Legal – It May Happen !

Can a Will Written in a Text Be Legal – It May Happen! Author:  William W. Erhart, Esq. Our neighbors

Take The Time To See If You Are Eligible For VA Disability Compensation

Author: Estate and Elder Law Services If you were injured or became seriously ill while serving in the military, you

Digital Media After Your Death: What Remains in the Cloud When You’re in the Clouds? Part 2

Author: Estate and Elder Law Services When most people consider the legacy they leave behind after they pass, they think

Digital Media After Your Death: What Remains in the Cloud When You’re in the Clouds?

  Author: Estate and Elder Law Services Part I:  Facebook and Gmail Do you Tweet? Facebook? Instagram? Do you email through

Who’s On Your Financial “A Team”?

By: Estate and Elder Law Services If you were having heart surgery, you would undoubtedly want a strong team. A

Home Again: Take Care of Business During Your College Student’s Christmas Break

Author: Estate and Elder Law Services For parents of college students, it probably seems just like yesterday when you dropped

Giving More Than You’ve Got – The Devastating Effects of Caregiver Burnout

The popular website Humans of New York recently interviewed a seemingly young woman about the stress of caring for her

The “Big 3” and the Dreaded “D” Protecting Your Loved Ones Upon your Disability

By: Estate and Elder Law Services Advances in the medical field have allowed us to enjoy longer and (hopefully) more

October is Special Needs Law Month

By: Estate and Elder Law Services The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) has designated October as National Special

Appointment as Personal Representative Need Not be a Personal Burden

Settling an Estate with the Help of an Attorney By: Estate and Elder Law Services Estate and Elder Law Services