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By: K. Eli Akhavan, Esq., Evan Bloom, Esq., Jonathan Shenkman, MBA,Martin M. Shenkman, Esq. Ben Utecht, and Eido M. Walny, Esq.1 Introduction The professionalathlete needsthe same sound foundation of financial and estate planning that all wealthyclientsrequire. However, theprofessional athletetypicallyfaces manyunique circumstances that must be integrated into the planning process. Movie stars, musicians, entertainers, and others with “star” power encounter some of the challenges common to athletes, so that the applicability of some of the...
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Planning for nursing home care is an important part of any estate plan. The costs of long-term care homes are extremely high, and people are living longer than ever. Without the proper nursing home planning, it can be difficult to pay for nursing home care for a long period of time. At Walny Legal, we have helped...
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If you become incapacitated in Wisconsin, who is going to take care of you? This is a question many Americans are asking themselves in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Many families are wondering how they will function if a family member becomes incapacitated.  If you do not have an estate plan in place that...
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Every part of you cares and loves your child, and while you may be there to help them now, they will need you to put a plan in place for their care when you are no longer able to provide it. This is true for all children, but even more so for a child with...
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When a couple decides to divorce, there are many factors to consider and many life changes that happen for both parties involved in the dissolved union. One of the biggest elements that has to be discussed and could be a major point of contention is the couple’s finances.  Alimony can be a part of any...
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When we get married, we are entering into a spiritual, emotional, and business agreement with the expectation that it will be a life-long arrangement. When the relationship of this level dissolves, even if it is an agreeable and mutual decision, there is often still pain and confusion, especially when there are children involved.  The best...
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As we age, our bodies and minds start to move more slowly. For this reason, seniors are often vulnerable to financial abuse. It is critically important to address how we want our finances managed in our golden years before it is too late. When a solid plan is put into place, rightful caregivers will have...
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Source: The Franklin Properity Report Wednesday, March 2, 2016 News Article View Transcript
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Source: Megann (The Vistelar Group) Wednesday, July 6, 2016 News Article View News
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Source: Expertise Tuesday, November 1, 2016 News Article View News
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