We can work with you to create disability trust and special needs trust, including living trusts and irrevocable trusts, on behalf of parents of children with disabilities, elderly couples who recognize they may need to finance nursing home care and those with chronic illnesses. When appropriate, we assist families in the development of family agreements or contracts – a method that can both save a property and other assets from extinction.

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What is the SECURE Act?

High Swartz estate planning attorneys down and explains the highlights and how they can affect your retirement plans. What is the SECURE Act? The SECURE Act (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) is a bill designed to help Americans improve

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Ancillary Probate and How To Avoid It

Just when you thought you were done with the fine print of a dead loved one’s will, you find an “ancillary” problem, in another state. In the following paragraphs we offer a brief understanding of probate, ancillary probate, and how

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As a successful law firm for over 100 years, High Swartz can attribute many of its

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