• 17
  • May2018

The Unknown Costs of Aging

The Unknown Costs of Aging

One topic that is difficult to think about is the cost and consequences of aging. It’s a tough discussion and for that reason, many families wait until it’s too late. If you watched our recent Facebook Live, we discussed the story of a woman who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease at 65 years old, leaving […]

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  • 19
  • Apr2018

Buying a Home? The current market is…

Buying a Home? The current market is…

Especially in Nevada, we’re in a seller’s market with high prices and low inventory. That will make the search tough so it will be important to know what you can afford and be ready to jump when you find something. So what are some tips to prepare yourself for the search? Read below and follow […]

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  • 06
  • Mar2018

A History of Business: And How Baby Boomers Can Relate to Millennials in The Workplace.

A History of Business: And How Baby Boomers Can Relate to Millennials in The Workplace.

To truly understand where small business is today, you need to have an understanding of where it’s been. The baby boomer generation has seen more changes in the world over the last 30 years than we ever thought possible and it deeply affects how we run our businesses today.   DID YOU KNOW? It wasn’t […]

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  • 12
  • Feb2018

4 Reasons You Should Not Draft Your Own Will & Trust

4 Reasons You Should Not Draft Your Own Will & Trust

Chances are that if you speak to anyone who has the words “create a will & trust” on their list of things to do, you’ll hear two things. The first is that they have been meaning to get it done but haven’t had the time and the second is that when they finally get around […]

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  • 19
  • Jan2018

I Just Moved And Everything Is Broken. Help!

I Just Moved And Everything Is Broken. Help!

John and Iris spent over 30 years in their home where they raised 3 children and accumulated many valuable items including china and rare collectibles. When it came time to downsize, their main concern with hiring movers would be the fragile and valuable nature of their items. They had planned to carefully research before making […]

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  • 12
  • Jan2018

Credit Card Debt Has Arrived. Now What?

Credit Card Debt Has Arrived. Now What?

The holidays are a joyous time yet January credit card bills can make for a stressful start to the new year. If you overspent in December, you are not alone. According to a 2017 consumer shopping holiday report from Nerd Wallet, 24% of shoppers said they overspent in 2016 and even more said they didn’t […]

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  • 13
  • Dec2017

4 Ways To Safeguard Your Identity This Holiday Season

4 Ways To Safeguard Your Identity This Holiday Season

Sadly, we need to be more vigilant than ever before with keeping our personal information secure. In 2016 alone, more than 15 million people were hit with identity theft and that number is up 13% from the year before according to a study by Javelin Strategy & Research. With the blessing of increased convenience via […]

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  • 04
  • Dec2017

Five Pitfalls When Starting a Business

Five Pitfalls When Starting a Business

As an attorney who has helped new business owners for the last thirty five years, I have seen a pattern of successes and failures. Why? Because far too often many people start a business without any legal counsel. I always say that the cost to get advice up front will save far more money in […]

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  • 16
  • Nov2017

Building Homes For Heroes Event in New York City

Building Homes For Heroes Event in New York City

  Last Thursday evening, I was given the extraordinary privilege to act as the master of ceremonies at a very special event in New York City. The event honored the organization, Building Homes for Heroes which gifts wounded veterans with brand new, mortgage free homes after their service. Not only do these veterans receive a […]

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  • 08
  • Nov2017

Should You Buy Or Lease a Car?

Should You Buy Or Lease a Car?

As with any big financial decision, it’s important to understand the details of what you’re signing up for especially when emotions and excitement are in play. If you’re purchasing a new vehicle, keep in mind there are two main ways to do so and both have their pro’s and con’s. Read more about the differences […]

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