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No one likes to thing about death, especially their own. So it is easy to procrastinate when it comes to estate planning. Most people think that estate planning is for when they die. But that is not the best way to view estate planning. When done correctly with the assistance of a qualified attorney, creating an estate plan actually makes your life better! Today we will discuss some of the ways that an estate plan provides peace of mind, efficiency and protection for now and in the future.
The Barrows Firm Law Review is a monthly Internet radio show podcast featuring information about Texas family, criminal, juvenile, probate and estate planning law and events. Attorney Tylene Di Sciullo is one of our featured hosts from The Barrows Firm, who shares insight and information about popular areas of the law affecting many families in Texas, and today we are talking about wills, estate planning and probate law in North Texas.
Estate Planning For Everyone: Wills, Estate Planning and Probate Law and Litigation
Who needs a will, what can a will accomplish, and what happens if you pass without a will?
How can we protect the interests of biological children and other members of blended families?
When do we need durable or healthcare power of attorney documents and authorizations?
How does probate litigation work, what can we expect, and can we avoid the court process?
Identifying major life occurrences that require updates estate-planning documents.
Tylene Di Sciullo is of counsel to The Barrows Firm in Fort Worth, Texas. Her practice is focused on wills, estate planning and probate law and litigation. When not in court or counseling clients, Ms. Di Sciullo is a competitive swing, country western and ballroom dancer who takes all the steps, with style and grace, both on the dance floor and in law practice. Tylene Di Sciullo earned her undergraduate and Master’s degrees in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington and she earned her law degree from Texas Wesleyan School of Law. She is a past Texas Wesleyan School of Law Alumni Board of Director and Officer. She was also Chairman of the Habitat for Humanity Committee for one year with the Tarrant County Bar Association. To speak to Tylene Di Sciullo please call (682) 708-4158.
Atty. Gerald Carter a Partner in Harrell & Chambliss, is a graduate of the College of William & Mary (B.B.A.) and New York University School of Law (J.D.). Mr. Carter received his Masters of Law (LL.M) Degree in Taxation from New York University School of Law and focuses his practice on business/tax, estate planning, tax issues in municipal finance transactions, real estate and creditors rights and bankruptcy.
Mr. Carter is a certified public accountant and worked as an accountant before entering law school. Mr. Carter served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Richmond Law School and is a member of the Virginia State Bar and the Hill Tucker Bar Association.
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On today's show we discuss Estate Planning with Pamela Donison of Donison Law Firm. While many people have an inherent aversion to talking about both death and taxes, leaving a positive legacy is something we all care about. Unfortunately, numerous studies show that over 50% of Americans have no estate plan, no will and no medical directives.The tragedy of failing to properly plan is not visited upon the dead. It is the living that suffer its unexpected and unforgiving consequences. By failing to properly plan, many of us are creating problems for our loved ones that do not exist. Estate planning sounds as if it is for the über-wealthy when in fact it applies to everyone.
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Pamela Donison of Donison Law Firm,PLLC
Have you ever considered writing your own will? You may think, "I know what I want – how hard can it be?" Unfortunately, with DIY estate planning, you really do "get what you pay for." Heather Walser addresses the topic of estate planning and why using an estate planning attorney may save you time and treasure in the end.
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The reality that real estate agencies may not have a history on the upkeep of a house, however, there are things they most definitely should have information about regarding any house they're selling. Join me to find out what questions you need to ask and what checklist you should have when seeking for a house.
The answer to whether or not the beneficiary of an estate has any say in the management of that estate depends on the document under which the beneficiary is to acquire rights in the decedent's property (i.e. Living Trust versus a Will). Likewise, the say of a beneficiary in the management of Trust property will be different before and after the death of the Settlor of a Trust. In this show, Bill and Rick explore some of these distinctions and alert eligible beneficiaries about exactly what their expectations should be.
Join Babette Cauble, CEO & Founding Advisor of Every Woman Can Be... as she talks Estate Planning - Why Every Woman Needs a "Plan" with Estate Planning Attorney, Sabrina Winters.
Sabrina Winters has been assisting families in all areas of planning and probate for almost 15 years. Her firm assists clients with "Planning today for their family's tomorrow". No matter what stage in life, there needs to be an estate plan that is drafted properly and meets each clients’ needs, wishes and goals.
Sabrina has been recognized for her work by being an Elite Attorney Honoree for Women With Know How Making an Impact Award in November 2013 and named by Business Leaders as one of the Top 50 Entrepreneurs in 2011. She is member of the National Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (a/k/a NAELA), the Charlotte Chapter of NAELA, and a member of the Charlotte Estate Planning Counsel.
Sabrina will educate us on these points and more...
1. What does it mean to "plan" 2. Why it is important for every women to "plan" 3. What are the important documents to have
Join us for this informative look into Estate Planning.
Estate Planning has changed and grown dramatically in the quarter century that I have been practicing law. This broadcast will focus on the changes since the new millenium and will cover a range of issues including tax, society and the economy in relation to estate plans.
This program is brought to you by "LadyLawyer" Cynthia Rignanese, an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Florida in the United States. No attorney-client relationship can be based solely on today's program.
Ms. Rignanese may be contacted about individual questions at her office at 863-294-1114.
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