We all carry on personal “business” in our everyday lives (e.g. paying bills, doing banking, etc.), which is what makes a financial power of attorney...
When I graduated from law school and moved to Atlanta, I was incredibly lucky to begin my estate planning career at a boutique firm with three
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Updated December 6, 2018.
Although we’re all busy with work, family, and the joys and challenges of everyday life, we are a year in to living in a
When Cohen Pollock & Merlin commenced doing business in 1977 it was, essentially, an estate and tax planning boutique. The vision was for it to be a
I recently underwent a full scale renovation to my house, and during the process, I noticed many similarities between the role of the general
On almost every episode of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” the main topic entrepreneurs have to justify to the Sharks is how they arrived at the value of their