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Natalie Giachos, Esq.

Want to Be an Awesome Parent? Stop Stressing and Spend More Time on Self-Care

Most parents can agree that they have all felt guilty at some point for not spending enough time with their children. A huge part of this guilt comes from our culture. American parents feel pressured to dedicate superhuman levels of energy and time in caring for their...

Congratulations! It’s an Estate Plan! Protecting Your Newborn From Birth

Many parents become experts at planning in the process of becoming new parents – planning the new nursery, scheduling birthing classes, even picking out a preschool – there is a lot to think about when it comes to welcoming your new child.  Unfortunately, one of...

Why DIY Estate Planning is a Bad Idea For the People You Love

Americans love their DIY, but building a back deck and drafting a legally valid estate plan are incredibly different from each other. Plus, a less than perfect porch won’t necessarily devastate the relationships of your loved ones or their financial future.  Many...

The Risks of Poor Man’s Estate Planning: How to Pass on Property & Avoid Probate the Right Way

It’s often called “poor man’s estate planning” – putting your child on the title to your deed to try to avoid probate. Instead, this method often ends poorly and can even cost more for your loved ones. Keep reading to learn why and what you may be able to do...

How To Leave Your Home To Your Kids

There are many parents that are interested in the best way to leave a home to their children. The first step would be to make sure that your children genuinely want the property. Too many parents take on unnecessary financial hardship just to keep a home their...

How to Plan a “Pet Trust” to Protect Your Pet After Your Death

In our previous blog post, we covered what to take into consideration when planning for your pet’s care in the event of your incapacitation or death. In this article, we will go over the steps to create a pet trust to provide for your animals when you cannot be...

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