Why Are You Checking Email Today?

Welcome to the BMC Newsletter!  Why are you checking email today, on a Sunday? There could be many reasons. You could be addicted to your phone. You could be working. You might also own your own business, and when you own your own business you’re always on call. Which is why you’re checking your email today. If you do own your

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More Help for Modest Estates in New Jersey

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For people of modest means, the estate administration process often adds legal and administrative expenses that serve only to reduce the amount of the estate that passes onto heirs. In addition to these hard costs, a lot of the heirs’ time and energy can be lost at a time when they are likely already grieving the loss of a loved

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Estate Planning From Prison

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Going to prison may be the last thing on your mind. Yet the question remains, what would you do if you were suddenly incarcerated? Who would take care of your kids? Are your financials in order? Do you have an estate plan in place? The reason it is vital for you to think about and answer these questions is because

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Jersey… Wrong? Exodus of the Millennials

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In the past, much has been written about retirees leaving New Jersey in record numbers for multiple reasons — estate tax, inheritance tax, cost of living, population density, weather, and even marijuana legalization. However, now in 2016, it is millennials — that is, individuals between the ages of 18 and 34 — who are leaving the Garden State en masse.

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My Kids Are So Different – How Do I Plan My Estate?

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Thank you for reading the July edition of BMC’s End of the Month Newsletter. This month my wife is on a two-week (actually 16 day) trip to South Africa, and Daddy (that’s me) is on duty right now. Her absence has me thinking about estate planning as it relates to children. When your children are young, it makes sense to

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