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Trust & Estates Attorney We are in search of an experienced, highly-skilled Trust & Estates Attorney to handle matters pertaining to probate, inheritance, trusts and estates. Trusts and estates work can include aspects of family law, taxation law, business law, inheritance law and probate law, as well as community property, joint ownership and charitable gifts. You will be a trusted advisor, provide advice for and draft documents pertaining to estate planning, wealth and property distribution, charitable planning, and wealth management.

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MHD&S and Covid-19

As of Phase 3, we continue to serve our existing clients and are accepting new clients. In order to minimize congestion in common areas, we operate on an appointment-only basis and all visitors must wear a protective face covering into the building and inside our office. Our staff has been trained on cleaning and safety protocols and all high touch surface areas are sanitized on a daily basis. We are also happy to accommodate virtual appointments. We look forward to

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The Coronavirus Aid, Response, and Economic Security Act “CARES Act”

Just as our firm has adapted to the Governor’s workplace mandates, many of our clients, friends, and family have been impacted and have had to adapt to many new realities. One of these realities is a changing economic landscape, which can bring uncertainty and difficult choices. Friday, March 27th, 2020, President Trump signed into Law the $2.2 Trillion “CARES Act.” The Cares Act is designed to provide loans, loan forgiveness, tax incentives, credits, deductions, tax rebates, expanded unemployment benefits, and

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Caller ID Spoofing and what you need to know

MHD&S, like many local businesses, has recently been notified of a practice known as “Caller ID Spoofing”, in which a caller deliberately falsified their own telephone number (replacing it with ours) to disguise their identity. No matter how official a call may sound, if the caller has a name you do not recognize from our attorney/staff listing and is asking for any personal information, it is a phishing scam. According to the FCC, unwanted ID Spoofing and Robocalls account for

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David Arndt co-authors Special Needs Advocacy Tool Kit

“For most families and disabled adults this advocacy journey is “a marathon, not a sprint.” The emphasis must be on taking care of yourself and your family in order to take on the long-term role of advocate. Don’t underestimate the value of getting some exercise, having a routine, eating well, laughing, taking deep breaths to relax, and surrounding yourself with positive people. This can be hard to do sometimes when facing so many challenges. Also, remember that each member of

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