Estate Planning Articles

What is Power of Attorney?

Power of attorney is an invaluable estate planning tool, but what exactly is it, and how does it work? Here, the estate planning attorneys at Rodier Family Law provide a foundational understanding of power of attorney. Defining Power of Attorney Power of attorney is a document in which an individual assigns another person, typically referred to as an…

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10 Tips to Get Your Home List Ready

Written by Julia Nyman, REALTOR ® with Keller Williams American Premier Realty. To learn more about Julia Nyman’s work, please visit her blog: Homes with Julia.  Thinking About Selling Your Home? Home owners look to sell their home for numerous reasons. Some are looking to upgrade into larger spaces while others are trying to downsize into something…

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What To Know About Late-In-Life Divorce

Late-in-life divorce has become increasingly prevalent in the last 25 years, with the divorce rate for those over the age of 50 doubling. One in four people who go through divorce are now over the age of 50. No matter why a couple might choose to separate, divorce at this stage in life brings about many…

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Important Considerations in Entering a Prenuptial Agreement

The family law attorneys at Rodier Family Law highlight the benefits of creating a prenuptial agreement.  No one wants to plan for the end of a marriage before it begins, but a prenuptial agreement can help ensure that your interests are protected in the event that the marriage dissolves. A prenuptial agreement, otherwise known as a “prenup,”…

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