Last November, a friend told me about his extended family of Filipino-Americans in the Fresno area. In a matter of days they went from feeling conflicted about Trump’s candidacy to voting for him en masse. They are Catholics, and once they heard the Pope had endorsed Trump their minds were made up. Of course, this papal endorsement did not really happen.
The sticky-fingered lawyer who used the estate of an esteemed Brooklyn judge as his own personal piggy bank was sentenced to up to three years behind bars Thursday, NY Post writes.
Frank Racano admitted to pilfering the estate of the late Brooklyn Judge John Phillips out of nearly $600,000, most of which he spent on a condo for his mother.
Carolyn: I’ve been happily married to a wonderful man for the last four years, Journal Sentinel writes.
My husband has a teenage son from his previous marriage, but we’ve decided not to have kids of our own.
It's common for people to consider how they will eventually like their assets distributed among loved ones and ministry organizations. But perhaps you have not developed a comprehensive estate plan because you think that is necessary only for the extremely wealthy, Richard Carnes at Western Recorder writes.
The need for estate planning applies to everyone.