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The Real Balance Sheet

Posted by Malissa Church | Oct 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Today is one of those beautiful, “Goldilocks” days in South Carolina – not too hot, not too cold. I have a fairly long to-do list so I had lunch at my desk but made time for a brief, 15-minute walk to clear my head. I have been working on my firm's 2018 year-to-date financial balance sheet and i...

Five Things to Do When a Loved One is Dying

Posted by Malissa Church | Jun 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

When someone you love is dying, the emotional turmoil can make it tough to think through the practical things you should have in place to prepare for the funeral and more smoothly transition their financial affairs. Here are five quick things you can do to make it easier to wrap up the financial...

Caring for Caregivers

Posted by Malissa Church | May 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

When someone we love ages or develops a serious illness affecting their ability to care for themselves the people who love them face a difficult decision – either provide the care they need or find outside resources to provide this care. In my own family, my step-father provides 24/7 care for my ...

Do you need a Will?

Posted by Malissa Church | Aug 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

How do you know if you need a Will? Estate planning is not a one size fits all proposition. This article explains some of the factors you should consider when deciding whether to use a Will in your estate plan.

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