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Larry King’s Legacy: Divorce, Death and Do-It-Yourself

A Lifetime Asset Protection Trust would have been a great way for Larry King to pass on his assets to his children, instead of the handwritten will.
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Larry King’s Legacy: An Estate Plan Debacle

Legendary TV and radio host, Larry King, died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on January 23rd, 2021 at age 87. Larry was hospitalized in December due to COVID-19,
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Have You Considered Your Digital Legacy?

Social media is part of your legacy and is worthy of protection. Learn about how to preserve your digital assets so they will be significant and meaningful to your heirs for generations to come.
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Love Never Tasted So Sweet

    Looking back over the years, Valentine’s Day brings to mind so many wonderful memories.  But there is one memory that tops the charts. I’d like to share a
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Grand-Parenting Tips

While the quarantines, shutdowns, and social distancing measures related to the pandemic have been difficult for everyone, grandparents have been particularly hard hit. Since the older you are, the more
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It Happened Again

Did You Hear About Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh?—Part 1 You may not have known the name Tony Hsieh, but you probably knew the name Zappos, which is the business
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Join Us In Giving Back

Thank You I want to start by thanking each and every one of you for your support of Cris Carter Law. I am passionate about my work, and the importance
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Planning For Your Lifetime And Loved Ones

Estate planning is not just a career for Cris Carter, but her passion. Please join us in listening to her story, provide real world scenarios, and ultimately explain the importance
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Four Reasons You Can’t Go Without An Estate Plan

October 19th – 25th, 2020 was National Estate Planning Awareness Week, so if you’ve been thinking about creating an estate plan, but still haven’t, now is the perfect time to
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What More Can We Learn from the Tiger King’s Estate Planning Mistakes Part #2

Anyone who has seen the hit Netflix documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness can attest that it’s one of the most outlandish stories to come out in a year
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Tiger King – Estate Planning Mistakes Part #1

You would have to be on another planet to have not heard of the hit Netflix documentary Tiger King that came out in the spring of 2020. I did not
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Once Your Kids Are 18, Make Sure They Sign These Documents

When your child hits their teenage years, you know they are in for a very emotional, difficult period of growth as they learn to navigate the world as a budding
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The Need For a “Go-Bag” Is Even More Important During a Pandemic

In the event of an emergency, the most important thing on our mind is keeping our family and loved ones safe from immediate harm. After we know our loved ones
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Your “Blended” Family Is Likely Headed to Court Unless You Do This

Family is the most important priority to a great majority of people – whether that includes full or step-siblings, birth parents or adoptive, or family you have chosen for yourself.
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How to Avoid the Need for a Prenuptial Agreement

Despite the current COVID-19 reality we live in, so many happy couples have tied the knot this year. Social media has been flooded with beautiful pictures of small, intimate ceremonies,
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COVID-19 Highlights Critical Need for Advance Healthcare Directives

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the country, doctors across the nation are joining lawyers in urging Americans to create the proper estate planning documents, so medical providers can
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Who Would Care For Your Children If You Get Sick with COVID-19?

The pandemic is causing us to consider things that we may not have considered before. While COVID-19 has been devastating to many people, it has also reminded us to not
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Three Unique Ways to Handle the Guilt Inherent in Being a Parent

If you’re a parent, you may feel even more guilt than usual. If so, you are definitely not alone. Currently, the burden is on you to both carry on with
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Should You (or Your Parents) Be in the Stock Market Right Now?

The best investment you can make, is an investment in yourself. The more you learn, the more you’ll earn. – Warren Buffett Investing in yourself means you are investing in your future.
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Not Business As Usual

The Most Important Legal and Financial Actions You Can Take Right Now

What we have learned over the past 3 weeks is that the COVID-19 pandemic means nothing is normal. There is NO business as usual. Finally, state after state has implemented
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Your first step is to schedule your personal Family Estate Planning Session.  You can schedule online here, by email to clientservices@CrisCarterLaw.com or by calling the office at (719) 434-0000. Prior to your Family Estate Planning Session, you’ll receive an email with your Family Planning Worksheet.  You will complete the worksheet and return it to our office with any existing estate planning documents you have so we will have time to review all information before your Family Estate Planning Session.

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