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  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley was Featured on WCIU’s The Jam

    Jennifer Guimond-Quigley discusses creating living wills with The Jam. To learn more Click hereRead More

  • A Guide to Split Parenting Time in the Summer

    The summer can be a challenging time for parents who are divorced or are in the midst of a divorce. When kids are out of school for three months, parents need to plan far in advance to make visitation during this time as easy asRead More

  • How to File Taxes in the Middle of a Divorce

    Tax season is in full swing, and filing can be difficult even when you aren’t going through a divorce. So how do couples file when they’re right in the middle of separating? That depends on a few different things; here are some tips on howRead More

  • Estate Planning for Retirees

    Retirement brings many changes to your estate. For starters, your source of income will no longer be the same as when you were employed, and any shift in finances is always a cue to look back at your estate plan. If you’re soon-to-be retired, it’sRead More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley Discusses Pet Inheritance CBS Money Watch

    CBS Money Watch reached out to Jennifer to discuss Karl Lagerfeld's inheritance to his beloved cat, Choupette. See what Jennifer had to say on how much a pet can actually receive when their owner passes.Read More

  • Bankrate Features Jennifer Guimond-Quigley

    Jennifer spoke to Bankrate about the major life changes that warrant a look at your estate like marriage, becoming a parent and retirement. Click here to read more.Read More

  • Estate Planning for New Parents

    When you decide to grow your family, there are the obvious things to think about like buying a crib or stocking up on diapers, but before or soon after your child is born, updating your estate plan is something that needs to be handled. ThereRead More

  • Estate Planning Triggers

    Having an estate plan is crucial to ensuring that your assets go to the right people, but as life happens, things change and so should your estate plan. Below we’ve outlined some events that may trigger a review and tell you why it might beRead More

  • How to Be In Business With Your Spouse

    Planning your estate and finances as a business owner can be tricky. When entering into business with your spouse, it’s even more important to institute formal plans for how the business will be sold or continued in the event of death or divorce. A fewRead More

  • Estate Planning for Recently Engaged and Newlywed Couples

    As soon as “I do’s” have been exchanged, a couple’s legal and financial connection takes on fresh meaning.  Engaged couples should begin discussing and implementing some key estate planning initiatives (both before and after the wedding) to ensure protection for themselves and their finances asRead More

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