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In the July 2019 issue of the BWS Update: Learn what A Most Form is and how to complete it, Melinda celebrates 25 Years, new app from The American Bar Association, and upcoming events.
We often talk about the importance of having Advance Directives as part of your estate plan. These documents help you maintain control over your care even if you are not in a position to make a decision for yourself.
Melinda Caddell is celebrating 25 years with Brinkley Walser Stoner. Caddell, a long-time staff member has served as a receptionist for the law firm for 25 years. She started working with the law firm in July of 1994.
The employer and employee relationship can be tricky to navigate. Conflict between employers and employees can have a huge impact on the growth and profitability of a business. While drones can be fun to operate, they are not really toys. A number of federal, state, and local regulations apply when operating a drone for commercial or personal use…
The employer and employee relationship can be tricky to navigate. Conflict between employers and employees can have a huge impact on the growth and profitability of a business. If you own or manage a business, it is important to understand your rights as an employer and take proactive steps, so you are ready when and if employment issues arise.
When we talk about estate planning and preparing for retirement, we often include a discussion on long term care expenses and how to pay for those costs. Many clients believe they have saved sufficient funds for retirement and assume they will never need government assistance. But what happens if you do? When Is a Guardianship Appropriate? While we often think of guardianships as pertaining to minor children, they may also apply to adults who are incapacitated or incompetent…