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The Truth About Lifetime Spousal Support

By Don Schweitzer When actors Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner announced their plans for divorce in June, the significance of their 10-year marriage became the focus of media attention. In…

Dorothy’s Place: Attic Treasures

By Dorothy Denne The attic of my aunt’s farm house contained a wealth of treasures for children’s imaginations. My cousins and I could form a terrific music group. One of…

Dorothy’s Place: Mail Order Magic

By Dorothy Denne Catalogs galore in the mailbox. It’s mail order magic time. First is a roll-on product for ladies that promises you can say good-bye to unsightly, unwanted hair.…

Dorothy’s Place: Fun With Words

By Dorothy Denne My Uncle Paul was my mother’s youngest brother. When I was a youngster, he was an English professor at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana. I…

Estate Planning for Your Digital Legacy

By Alexandra Smyser What Happens to Your Digital Presence When You’re Incapacitated or Dead? I recently met a couple who were both digital artists. They each had their own computers…

Dorothy’s Place: Mountains Out of Molehills

By Dorothy Denne   Editor’s Note: Dorothy’s right arm is temporarily in a sling, but she did manage to one-finger left-hand hit the forward button to share this chuckle with…

Why Do I Need a Trust?

By Tony J. Tyre, Attorney at Law Many clients come in to my office and ask, “My best friend just had a trust drafted and said I should have one…

SUMMER COLLEGE CAMPUS VISITS

By May S. Ruiz Visiting various school campuses is an essential step in your children’s college application process. Even if they are planning on matriculating in the school their parents…

The Case for “Vape” (E-cigarettes)

By Nick Kipley Last week, California Sen. Mark Leno filed Senate Bill 140. If ratified into law, it would combine the sale and distribution of electronic cigarettes with the pre-existing…

Three Keys to Strengthening Your Financial Resolve in 2015

It takes a lot of practice (and willingness) to become a champion of responsible spending and saving to meet your long-term goals. If you’re a bit out of shape in…

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