Keeping up with Technology: Solo and Small Firms

At a recent conference in Minnesota called “Strategic Solutions for Solo and Small Firms,” the topic of conversation was technology. The increasingly impersonal nature of everyday transactions requires attorneys in smaller firms to be increasingly versatile in their approach.  As sophisticated software used for legal matters such as estate planning … Continue reading

Certain Assets Need Special Consideration

When it comes to estate planning, certain assets warrant additional attention. Four examples to keep in mind are:

Businesses: those that require special licenses or specific kinds of expertise will necessitate the appointment of an individual who is authorized to administer the asset.

Firearms: a licensed trustee will be needed … Continue reading