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Do you know what it means to be the executor of a will? Whether you’re choosing your executor or you’ve been asked to serve as one, it’s important to know what the role entails. Georgia’s Probate Court has some great resources for executors: http://ow.ly/eL2s308Km4z

I can explain the duties of an executor in detail. Contact me for more information about estate planning in Georgia: http://www.stanleylawoffice.com/user

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Are you having trouble finding information about the industry in which your business operates? The Small Business Association offers more than a dozen business guides categorized by industry. Browse their categories at SBA.gov: http://ow.ly/ZhYB308Km1Z

Comment below or contact me with your questions about starting a business in Georgia: http://www.stanleylawoffice.com/user

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The advent of wellness programs has encouraged business owners to create a healthy workplace, but you don’t have to implement a program to ensure your employees are healthy. By making a few ergonomic changes, such as proper lighting and supportive chairs, you can improve your employees’ work environment. Learn more: http://ow.ly/culB308KlZy

Have you reviewed your business policies recently? Contact me to schedule an appointment: http://www.stanleylawoffice.com/user

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As of January 1, California and New York joined the minority of states to enact laws that govern the way digital assets are handled in estate planning. Currently, Georgia doesn’t have any laws about this issue, but you can still include your online accounts in your estate plan. Learn more about including your digital assets in your Georgia estate plan: http://eepurl.com/QhhnT

Is it time to update your estate plan? Contact me to schedule an appointment: http://www.stanleylawoffice.com/user

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Have you started a new business in 2017? These three tips can help you minimize your bottom line as you’re getting started: http://ow.ly/LDSF308KlLk

I can help you decide which type of business entity is best for your Georgia startup. Contact me for more information: http://www.stanleylawoffice.com/user

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Do you know why you need an estate plan? Overall, an estate plan provides instructions to your loved ones about how you want your property handled after you’re gone. More specifically, though, your estate plan allows you to provide details that surpass what your state’s laws require. The following article features six examples of these details and explains why having an estate plan gives you more control than relying on state estate planning laws: http://ow.ly/3neR308KlQC

I firmly believe that everyone should have an estate plan. Contact me to get started on your estate plan: http://www.stanleylawoffice.com/user

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Have you reviewed the ways in which you and your employees can access sensitive business information? If not, it might be worth examining. Mobile devices, wearables (like fitness trackers,) and third-party software all have security considerations that you need to address. Learn more about how you can keep your employee and business data safe and secure: http://ow.ly/INC9307C2Rt

We can review your business policies together. Contact me: http://stanleylawoffice.com/contact

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Have you reviewed your beneficiary designations recently? The form you fill out for your IRA, 401k, or other qualified retirement plan is not affected by the language in your will, making it necessary to update separately from your other estate planning documents. The following article describes four common mistakes that you can avoid by reviewing and updating your beneficiary designations regularly: http://ow.ly/UFVM308vJaO

I can help you update all the documents in your estate plan. Contact me for more information: http://stanleylawoffice.com/contact

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Do you have a family member with special needs? If so, providing ongoing care for your special needs family member might be an important component of your estate plan. The following article explains how a Special Needs Trust can be used to set aside money and instructions to benefit your family member: http://ow.ly/fuf2307C1vQ

Whether you opt for a special needs trust or use another document, I can help you create an estate plan that meets your needs. Contact me for more information about estate planning: http://stanleylawoffice.com/contact

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Choosing a guardian for a child is a tough decision. You have to do your best to ensure that your child will be raised according to your wishes, even if that means hurting a friend or relative’s feelings by not choosing them. I advise my clients that it is NOT a popularity contest. This Parenting.com post provides some good tips for choosing a guardian and how to communicate your wishes: http://ow.ly/5fMD307C2FI

If you feel stuck, I can help you focus in order to choose a guardian or a conservator for your children. Contact me for more information: http://stanleylawoffice.com/contact
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