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A funeral is a celebration of a life, which is why careful consideration and planning go into deciding what songs should be played and which bible verses read. Everything from the flower arrangements to pallbearers reflect who and what the deceased loved and valued during...

Preparing to send a student off to college is equally as exciting as it is challenging. From a toaster to toiletries, you want to make sure your student has everything they need to leave the nest and head out on their own. However, the independence...

A will is a legal document with instructions for divvying your assets between your heirs and beneficiaries. While a standard will includes provisions for things like who should get the family china and plans for your funeral, some people think outside the box when it...

At home DNA testing kit commercials are everywhere, but before you send away for one, consider an alternative, more personal option for tracing your family history: probate research. Probate research involves looking through probate records. Probate records are created when someone dies. They keep track...

Part of parenting is making plans. From scheduling play dates to setting up a college savings fund, you meticulously make plans to ensure your child is well cared for on their journey to adulthood.  Of course, you plan to be there for every milestone, but...

With nineteen museums and the National Zoo, the Smithsonian Institution is the largest museum, education, and research complex in the world. However, all of the resources, research, and educational opportunities available at the Smithsonian would not exist without the Institution's namesake, James Smithson, and his...

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...