The Importance of Assigning a Medical Power of Attorney
January 18,
2022

The Importance of Assigning a Medical Power of Attorney

When you think of the various documents inherent in estate planning, a medical power of attorney probably is not the first one that comes to your mind. Nevertheless, the importance of this document cannot be overstated. This is especially true during the new normal of the continuing pandemic caused by COVID-19 and its Omicron variant.

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Estate Planning Resolutions For the New Year | AmeriEstate Legal Plan
January 14,
2022

Estate Planning Resolutions For the New Year

It’s that time of year again. Time to make your New Year’s resolutions. Instead of resolving the same old things like losing weight or exercising more, however, why not target your resolutions to estate planning this year? Here are six ideas to get you started.

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Estate Planning Tips for the Holidays | AmeriEstate Legal Plan
November 16,
2021

Estate Planning Tips for the Holidays

When you think about family gatherings that the holidays always bring, using these occasions to discuss estate planning topics probably doesn’t immediately cross your mind. But wait a minute. If your family is like most, the ongoing pandemic has drastically curtailed the amount of time you spend together. If you don’t talk about estate planning now, when will you discuss this all-important topic?

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What Goes Into a Will? | AmeriEstate Legal Plan
November 04,
2021

What Goes Into a Will?

Have you made your last will and testament yet? A recent AARP survey found that 40% of Americans over age 45 don’t have one. If you’re one of them, or even if you’re younger than 45, you really should consider making a will. Why?

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How You Can Easily Grow Your Law Practice by Becoming an AmeriEstate Partner | AmeriEstate Legal Plan
October 26,
2021

How You Can Easily Grow Your Law Practice by Becoming an AmeriEstate Partner

As an attorney, you wear two distinct hats. You provide advice, counsel, representation and other legal services to your clients. You also seek ways to grow and expand your practice. Obviously, the two go hand-in-hand. Nevertheless, you may find yourself spending so much time on the former that you have little time left over to devote to the latter. What to do? The answer may well be to become an AmeriEstate Partner, especially if you’re not currently offering estate planning services.

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National Estate Planning Awareness Week (Oct. 19-25) | AmeriEstate Legal Plan
October 13,
2021

National Estate Planning Awareness Week (Oct. 19-25)

National Estate Planning Awareness Week is almost here! This year, it’s Oct. 19-25. Yes, the U.S. House of Representatives really did establish this “holiday” back in 2008 via House Resolution 1499 after discovering that not only do over 120 million Americans lack an up-to-date estate plan but also that two-thirds of older Americans say they don’t feel they have sufficient knowledge to establish one.

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The AmeriEstate Risk-Free Satisfaction Promise | AmeriEstate Legal Plan
October 06,
2021

The AmeriEstate Risk-Free Satisfaction Promise

At AmeriEstate Legal Plan, we know how important effective estate planning is to your future security and that of your family. Therefore, we established our attorney network of experienced estate planning and elder law professionals in 1998 and dedicated ourselves to providing high-quality products and services to Americans across the country. Since then, we are proud to say that we have provided personalized estate planning and asset protection services to more than 40,000 clients.

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Happy Grandparents Day and National Assisted Living Week | AmeriEstate Legal Plan
September 14,
2021

Happy Grandparents Day and National Assisted Living Week!

In September we celebrate both Grandparents Day and National Assisted Living week. In honor of the elder members of our society, we encourage everybody to take a step back and appreciate all that our senior community members provide in terms of experience and wisdom. We also encourage you to take this time to evaluate your (or your loved one’s) current legal and estate plan status. 

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