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By Matthew A. Ferri, Esq. Estate planning is not only about distributing your assets at death. It also involves safeguarding your interests during your lifetime, particularly if unforeseen circumstances render you unable to make decisions on your own. A Power of Attorney (POA) grants someone you trust the authority to act on your behalf in various […]
By Matthew A. Ferri, Esq. Estate planning is a crucial aspect of managing your financial and personal affairs, ensuring that your wishes are honored both during your lifetime and after your passing. While many people associate estate planning with end-of-life decisions, it’s equally essential to plan for the possibility of incapacity due to illness, injury, or […]
By Matthew A. Ferri, Esq. Estate planning is a crucial financial step that often gets overlooked, especially by single individuals. Many mistakenly believe that estate planning is only for married couples or those with vast wealth. However, estate planning is essential for everyone, regardless of marital status or financial status. Single individuals, too, have assets and […]
By Matthew A. Ferri, Esq. Estate planning is a critical consideration for individuals of all ages, and college students are no exception. While it might not be the most exciting topic on a student’s mind, taking the time to create essential legal documents like Powers of Attorney can provide invaluable protection and peace of mind. […]
By Matthew A. Ferri, Esq. Rainy days are nice to catch up on things you put off, or to enjoy doing absolutely nothing. They can be great days to relax and refresh. gather all the miscellaneous tasks you never seem to get to. Don’t Put Off Planning For The Future There are some tasks that should […]
Healthcare Documents and Powers on World Health Day! By Matthew A. Ferri, Esq. Happy World Health Day, a day where we celebrate the founding of the World Health Organization and raise global health awareness. LifeFocus Planning recognizes the importance of creating an estate plan that includes documents regarding client healthcare powers. That will explain the decisions […]
There are many reasons to read a book; to learn something new, for relaxation, or to be entertained by a good story. In our house, reading has become a family activity with nighttime stories and multiple trips to bookstores to purchase every book in the series. Even requiring me to build more bookshelves! It’s easy […]
2022 New Year’s Resolutions – Protect Your Family By Matthew A. Ferri, Esq. While the last year of our lives has been an eventful ride, the new year brings new possibilities. A great way to start the year off on a positive note is with New Year’s Resolutions. We think of our goals for the […]
Marriage and Estate Planning By Matthew A. Ferri, Esq. June is popular for weddings, which is appropriate as the month is named after Juno, the goddess of marriage, family, and home. And, with all that goes into planning a wedding it’s not surprising a topic like estate planning isn’t high on the list for the soon-to-be […]
Throughout our lives we may look to our moms as caregivers and support systems, someone we can turn to even when we ourselves are adults. But who takes care of mom when she can no longer care for herself?  Making sure we and our loved ones have a plan in place before something happens is […]
April 16th is designated as National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD) to highlight the importance of advanced health care decision making. Making healthcare decisions *before* an actual medical emergency is critical. It means those taking care of you – both your loved ones and medical professionals – can make informed decisions about your care, following your […]
Happy Groundhog’s Day! When you think of Groundhog’s Day you may think of Punxsutawney Phil who checks for his shadow each year to forecast changes of the season. Or you may think of Bill Murray reliving the same day over and over. For some of us, there may be moments in our lives where we […]
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