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Receiving a Nobel Prize is an annual honor bestowed upon the men and women who make valuable contributions to the world in five categories: physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and for work in peace. Over one hundred years of prize winners - otherwise known...

You love Lassie like a family member. Of course you want to ensure she is well cared for when you're no longer around.  With a little estate planning, you can rest assured your four-legged companion has access to the resources and care he or she...

A last will and testament passes your possessions, assets, and material wealth on to your heirs, but how do you pass on non material wealth, such as memories, values, and life lessons? If passing non material wealth on to your heirs interests you, then an...

As an independent real estate agent, there's no doubt you have a lot on your plate. Thinking about your business structure may be the last thing on your mind, but it actually should be somewhere on top of your to-do list. The good news is...

Recently I got a chance to appear in Ask the Expert, the radio show hosted by Steve Sleeper. Steve is a noted radio host who interviews experts from various professional areas (top masteminds, as he refers to them). In this brief interview, Steve and I talk about the...

Probate is a very stressful process on many occasions. In my daily dealings helping clients go through the process of probate here in Nebraska, it is very common to have to deal with a Facebook page. More specifically, take down or deactivate a Facebook page. In...

Recently, I got an opportunity to speak at the Big Red Referral Group’s lunch. This is a great group of professionals with different backgrounds, and I was the only estate planning attorney in the room. Because this was during the National Estate Planning Awareness Week,...

Why can't I just transfer all of my parents assets to my siblings without going to probate court? One of the main purposes of probate is to change title to assets.  In short, that is why estates need to go through probate.  Because the owner of...

Probate Defined Probate is the process that families go through to pass memories and money to family members after a death.  In Nebraska, probate is handled in County Court.  After you file the correct paperwork the clerk will assign a Judge and case number to your...