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  • September 2016 Newsletter Have you given any thought to how emergency medical care providers know who to contact or what to do if you are in an accident? Some people wear wristbands that contain important health information, such as drug allergies. But there’s an even better tool located in something many of us already carry every day—our iPhones.
  • April 2016 Newsletter Why we need this: Road trips with kids can quickly turn into feeling like a punishment for the parents rather than a vacation. The last time we traveled to Vegas, I personally got out of the car at Barstow and told the kids I’d rather walk through the desert than spend another minute in the car listening to them fight.
  • March 2015 Newsletter A healthy self-esteem and outlook in kids and teens can help them rise above the daily challenges they encounter in their journey into adulthood. Self-confident kids and teens have an easier time coping with issues and problems, as well as finding joy in their lives. People who have confidence also retain a more positive outlook on life in general.
  • January 2015 Newsletter If you and your spouse die before your children reach adulthood, a guardian is the person you designate to take care of your minor children as well as handle their finances. Sometimes people decide to split the roles – one guardian to raise the children and another to handle the finances
  • July 2014 Newsletter While most parents have the best intentions when it comes to teaching their children about handling finances wisely, sometimes the lessons don’t take. In addition to concerns about spendthrift behavior, some children experience problems with substance abuse or have mental issues that make giving them access to wealth a problem. This is where a trust can be a parent’s best friend.