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No Barriers to Estate Planning! Massachusetts Adopts Remote Notarization

Estate planning in the days of coronavirus and COVID-19 has been challenging, but not for the reasons you might think. At Ingle Law, we’d already been working remotely when stay-at-home orders started being issued. In early 2019, we put into place an efficient system to support you to keep the planning and implementation process as […]

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Estate Planning: The Right Umbrella for When It Feels Like the Sky is Falling

In crazy times, estate planning can be the grounding force you need. Corona-virus is wreaking havoc around the world. The stock market is tumbling. St. Patrick’s Day festivities… canceled. Stay-at-Home advisories and orders. And as if that weren’t enough, Tom Brady broke up with New England via Twitter.

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Estate Planning – Healing for the Soul

It’s hard to bring ourselves to do something we know is important, but that we don’t know how to go about doing, and it feels like we should.  I envision someone at the breakfast table, coffee in hand, contemplating the day. “I really need to get this done. I can’t believe I haven’t done anything […]

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What if Estate Planning = Self-Care?

Every single adult is entitled to these basic legal protections we call estate planning. You’ve heard me ‘rant’ more than once that we need a different way to think about and talk about estate planning.  And while I don’t have different vocabulary yet, I can definitely suggest lots of different ways to think about it.  

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If Price is Your First Question

Sometimes you suspect someone might not be the right fit for a business relationship. There are a number of red flags I watch for when I hear from someone out of the blue. For me, an emphasis on or preoccupation with ‘price’ is one of them. Which gives me permission to be direct with the […]

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Hello, Tracey? Veronica Died.

There was one day in June when, for no nefarious reason, our office received a number of phone calls from people whose loved one had *just* passed away. It was a striking number of calls for that particular Monday – enough to inspire that day’s Daily Debrief on Facebook. You can watch it HERE.  I […]

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