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Are You Ready for 2026?

Because once 2026 arrives, many of the tax adjustments that were part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) are expected to expire.
10/31/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Can Aspirin Make Arthritis Worse?

A study suggests it may be time to rethink the use of drugs, such as ibuprofen and naproxen, to treat osteoarthritis.
01/06/23 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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What Is Elder Financial Abuse?

Elder abuse is a rampant problem.
01/05/23 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Does My Estate Plan Need an ‘ePlan’?

At any given time, the average American maintains between 30 and 50 online accounts. These may be with banks, financial institutions, utility companies, email providers, social media outlets, commercial shopping or travel sites and accounts unique to technology, such as an account to purchase apps for a smartphone.
01/04/23 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Can I Contest Dad’s Will While He’s Still Living?

The contents of a person’s will and related revocable trust cannot be challenged in court until he or she has died, Maryland’s second highest court ruled last week in rejecting a daughter’s bid to revive an undue-influence challenge to her estranged and ailing mother’s decision to write her out of her will.
01/03/23 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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What Exactly Does an Executor Do?

The main responsibility of an executor of a will is to carry out the final wishes of the person who bestowed that position of trust.
01/02/23 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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How to Talk to Parents about Estate Planning

With nearly 90% of caregivers providing care to a family member, and the holidays rapidly approaching, it is an opportune time to check in with both aging family members, as well as those performing caregiving duties.
12/30/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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Are My Children Entitled to My Money?

Adult children may anticipate, but are not legally entitled, to an inheritance.
12/29/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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It Is Important to Update Your Estate Plan

Will there be changes in your circumstances or your family that should lead to a review of your plan? Could some events cause you to need to revise or update the plan?
12/28/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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How Do You Stop a Sibling from Stealing an Inheritance?

The death of a parent can be emotionally trying, especially if the passing was unexpected. It can also be a test of your patience, if there are complicated estate issues to sort out.
12/27/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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What Is Social Security Increase in 2023?

The government has announced a change that may help ease the pain for those who depend on Social Security, along with two others that will affect those who are still working.
12/26/22 • by: Law Office of A. Lee Shaw, PLLC
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