InSight Law

InSight Law

Insight Law is an estate planning law firm based in Ashburn, Virginia. The firm also has offices in McLean, Va and Denver, Colorado. The counselors at InSight Law follow the “team” philosophy when it comes to crafting a client's estate plan.

No one person is responsible for a plan. Instead, the whole team takes responsibility for all clients. Everyone on the InSight Law team has an equally important role — from the president and lead attorney to our paralegal. The firm was founded in 2007 and has continued to grow since its inception. The firm has offices in Ashburn and McLean, Virginia, along with an office in Denver, Colorado. The firm's founder is Bobby Feisee. He is a graduate of George Mason University School of Law and is a member of the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys. Bobby founded InSight Law after his experience with his ailing father. “It wasn’t until after my dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s that I reviewed his estate plan (i.e. his Will, Trust, Power of Attorney and Medical Directives). I realized that I had made a terrible mistake not reviewing these documents with my dad earlier. I also made the mistake of not talking to my dad’s attorney and financial advisor. The legal documents were basically a bunch of boiler plate forms that really gave us no direction on what my dad’s wishes were. This experience inspired Bobby to open a firm that takes the time to thoroughly examine each client's estate and come up with a plan that is detailed, specific, and unique to each client.

Mission: To help clients create custom, unique and effective estate plans.

5 Estate Planning Misconceptions You Shouldn’t Buy Into - Worth

This is a great article that demystifies certain aspects of estate planning. It is definitely worth a read. A financial expert breaks down some of the most common misconceptions that get in the way when setting up an estate plan.

Great article highlighting some of the fundamentals of estate planning.

Converting Small PPP Loans To Grants – A Worthwhile Policy Proposal - InSight Law

Congress continues to debate enacting further stimulus. One of the policy proposals that may be included in a new piece of legislation is automatically forgiving PPP loans that are less than $150,000. Congress is eyeing further legislative modifications to the Paycheck Protection Program, one of the pillar programs of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act enacted in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. One of the policy proposals making its way through the chambers of Congress include automatically forgiv...

The Pandemic has placed the fragility of life front and center for many people. A byproduct of this realization is that many Americans are taking steps to plan their estates.

How to Protect Your Estate Assets from Creditors and Predators

Bobby Feisee, an estate planning attorney with InSight Law, explains how a lifetime protective trust (also known as a school bus trust) can protect your esta...

Bobby Explains Estate Tax Portability

Ashburn, Virginia estate planning attorney explains a recent legislative development in the estate planning world concerning portability in estate taxation. ...

Client Testimonial - I Know My Family is Taken Care Of

Receiving this type of positive client feedback is what it's all about.

The team at InSight Law works to ensure you have the peace of mind in knowing your family will be taken care of when you pass on, or suddenly become incapaci...

'Let's do it': The status of stimulus bill negotiations today and when a package could pass Congress may be returning to session early, but a stimulus package won't be its first priority. But there are five reasons why another stimulus bill is still possible this year.

Treasury Issues New FAQs On PPP Loan Forgiveness: What You Need To Know The SBA recently issued Frequently Asked Questions to help Paycheck Protection Program borrowers navigate maximum loan forgiveness. Here are the answers to your key questions.

Congress recently passed legislation aimed at encouraging business owners to continue paying the wages and benefits of employees by providing payroll-related tax credits, loans, and other forms of necessary relief. Learn more here.

Converting Small PPP Loans To Grants – A Worthwhile Policy Proposal - InSight Law

Converting small PPP loans to grants makes a lot of sense and will save both business owners and banks time and resources. Congress is eyeing further legislative modifications to the Paycheck Protection Program, one of the pillar programs of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act enacted in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. One of the policy proposals making its way through the chambers of Congress include automatically forgiv...

SBA has opened its PPP forgiveness portal. Here’s why many small businesses will have to wait.

The SBA opened its forgiveness portal to lenders on Aug. 10. However, many lenders have indicated they are going to wait to accept and process PPP loan forgiveness applications. Why? Because the potential for shifting guidance, new legislation, etc. While the Small Business Administration officially opened its forgiveness portal to lenders Aug. 10, many lenders will likely wait, according to banks and experts. That is because the potential for shifting guidance, new legislation and a desire to fully prepare for a flood of applications means ban...

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Distributing Personal Effects in Your Estate Plan

Many times, the disagreements that arise between loved ones is not predicated on investment accounts or trust funds. Instead, it is personal items and family heirlooms. This is why you need to include those personal effects in your estate plan. In many cases, the friction between loved ones who are inheriting your estate is not based on investment accounts or trust funds, it is personal effects. It ...

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7 Reasons You Should Still Apply for a PPP Loan Although the Paycheck Protection Program's ability to help small-business owners has been a source of debate, there are still many reasons you should apply.

Small businesses have an additional five weeks to apply for loan funds through the Paycheck Protection Program. If you are eligible, take action now.

Advice to Help You on Your Path to PPP Loan Forgiveness - InSight Law With the passage of the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (“PPPFA”), small business owners will enjoy greater flexibility and a relatively easier path to toward forgiveness of their PPP loan. For example, one of the key provisions within the PPPFA is that a small business owner...

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Real, Simple Answers to Your Most Common Cares Act Tax Questions

If you're a business owner, you probably have questions about the impact on your business taxes from the enactment of the CARES Act. Take a moment to read this article for answers to frequently asked questions on this issue. Frequently asked questions--and answers--about the tax relief options available to business owners.

Lawyers address problems with estate-planning document signing during coronavirus crisis Some of them started but never finished their wills or trusts. Others didn’t know where to start but felt it was time to prepare for the future. They all expressed to him the same sense of urgency amid the coronavirus pandemic despite social distancing guidelines that could make completing their d...

Have a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program? The SBA officially released the PPP loan forgiveness application. Get your copy here:

Do You Need to Amend Your Advance Medical Directive Due to the Coronavirus? - InSight Law One of my clients recently asked an important question about advance medical directives and whether amending this important legal and medical document is warranted in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. For context, my client has an advance medical directive stating that they do not want to be put...

Important Info You Need to Know About the CARES Act - Webinar - InSight Law

SBA slashes disaster-loan limit from $2 million to $150,000, shuts out nearly all new applicants Facing a shortage of funds and an unprecedented crush of applications, the SBA has closed its application portal to most businesses and is limiting the size of loans it offers to small businesses.

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How Can I Get a Paycheck Protection Program Loan? - InSight Law One of the key provisions of the landmark CARES Act is the Paycheck Protection Program. Congress allocated $350 billion to this program enabling the Small Business Administration to provide loans to small business owners. The loans are fully guaranteed by the federal government. If you are intereste...

How To Make Your Estate Plan Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic The COVID-19 crisis is prompting an increasing number of people to establish wills and take care of estate planning. Miami-based attorney Mildred Gomez offers guidance.

Estate Planning, Including A Medical Power Of Attorney, Is Essential During The Pandemic

Great article highlighting the importance of having certain legal documents in place during a pandemic and other health crises. The coronavirus pandemic moves estate planning front and center for a lot of people.

The Coronavirus Has Americans Scrambling to Set Their Estate Plans. Here Are Some Key Things to Know.

Helpful article that is worth reading, especially for folks who are looking to create an estate plan. Estate planning can be complex even when there is ample time to prepare for the worst, let alone during a fast-moving and deadly pandemic that has sparked panic in financial markets and across the global economy. Experts say, however, that there are a number of universal tips people can follow.

Important Info You Need to Know about the CARES Act

This video provides an overview of some of the key provisions contained within the landmark CARES Act.

CARES Act Drastically Changes Required Minimum Distribution Rules For 2020

Great article highlighting big changes to Required Minimum Distributions contained in the CARES Act. The CARES Act essentially suspended required minimum distributions (RMDs) for 2020 across the board. However, there have been a lot of questions about what this means for those who already took out distributions, and the impact on taxes and inherited accounts.

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