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By: Jack Stephens

Hydration, Oxygen and the Terminal Patient
March 18, 2019

Some clients ask if dehydration is painful. It’s no picnic if you are an otherwise healthy individual stranded in the desert…

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A Hotbed of Trust Litigation: Right of Occupancy Provisions.
February 28, 2019

How many of you out there are in 2nd and 3rd marriages? Raise your hands. How many of you raising your…

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A Study of the Living Trust
February 14, 2019

A Study of the Living Trust Over the last twenty-five years, I have been asked thousands of questions regarding the Living…

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Natural Death (Part II)
February 7, 2019

Natural Death (Part II) Previously, we discussed the issue of energy in the termination of life process. In this newsletter, I want…

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Natural Death
December 4, 2018

The following represents excerpts from the book, Dying to Know by Tani Bahti and my view and comments on the particular…

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It’s Late in the 4th Quarter and I’m out of Timeouts.
October 30, 2018

“It’s Late in the 4th Quarter and I’m out of Timeouts.” This is a statement made to me by one of…

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Client Confusion – “Who Does What In Which Documents”
August 23, 2018

I was involved in a consultation with a potential new Living Trust client the other day which has prompted me to…

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A-B Trusts from Dr. Jeckyl to Mr. Hyde – Tax Issues for the Children
July 23, 2018

Tax Issues for the Children Problem: If you have an A-B Trust which mandates the division of the Trust estate on…

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Living Trust Catastrophes – Part 2
June 18, 2018

The Living Trust Advisory Newsletter – Part 2 A Series of Articles on Living Trust Catastrophes (As Seen by an Experienced…

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Living Trust Catastrophes – Part 1
June 18, 2018

The Living Trust Advisory Newsletter – Part 1 A Series of Articles on Living Trust Catastrophes (As Seen by an Experienced…

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