Campbell Flannery, P.C. is a law firm located in the Village at Leesburg.
Campbell Flannery, P.C. is an established law firm dedicated to helping families plan for the future through estate planning. Our goal is to create a comprehensive will and estate plan that provides peace of mind and protects children and grandchildren. Clients trust us to enact a plan that will successfully transfer assets, appoint guardians, manage assets, diminish estate taxation, and allow for the management of property in the event of disability. Our practice areas also include civil litigation, complex transactions, land use, criminal and traffic matters, and business and consumer bankruptcy.
Every mile stone in life might come with the necessary changes to your estate plan. Make sure your plan is up to date and relevant.
kare11.com GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn.- Life is ever-changing, and so are your estate-planning needs. Dan Ament, Financial Advisor with Morgan Stanley joins us some life events that often create the need to reevaluate your will and related documents.
Are you up to date on your estate plan? Call us to make an appointment for a free consultation!
time.com If your relationships have changed, you may need an update.
Stay safe this weekend everyone!
wlec.com Blizzard Health Hazards: Health Tips for Staying Safe in the Snow iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — It may not be a polar vortex but weather forecasts are calling for heavy snowfall, ice and freezing temperatures for much of the country later this week. The weather is not only a headache for commuters b…
Every type of family needs to plan. Here's some tips for couples without children.
natlawreview.com If you've had the privilege of hanging around a group of excited estate planners, at one point or another the abbreviation "DINK" may have been thrown into the conversation. For those wh
Have a safe and happy holiday everyone!
Give your family the gift of security by updating or drafting your estate plan. Give us a call to make an appointment for a free consultation!
Estate Planning is something to consider whether you're married or single.
nytimes.com More Americans are staying single and childless. Without an immediate family, to whom do you leave your assets?
Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving everyone!
Happy Friday everyone!
Lamar Odom's recent brush with death reminds us to keep our estate planning documents updated and be prepared for any scenario.
investmentnews.com Former NBA star's soon-to-be ex-wife still has power over health-care decisions.
Women are expected to live longer than men and 33% of women are the primary or equal financial contributor in the household. Here's some estate planning tips for the ladies.
Some assets can be trickier to deal with than others. Here's how to address your art collection in your estate plan.
nytimes.com Transferring artworks to heirs or other third parties may have unintended tax consequences that collectors need to consider.
Divorce, re-marrying, and blended families can make estate planning complicated. Here's what to know!
meridianstar.com Marrying again makes estate planning more involved. How do you provide for everyone you love? Should you provide for everyone you love? How do you arrange to transfer wealth in a way that won’t hurt the feelings of certain heirs?
Avoid conflict between your family members and construct an estate plan that will execute your wishes without incident.
wsj.com Inheritances can bring out the worst in quarrelsome family members, especially when the distribution is seen as unfair. Fortunately, there are ways for estate planners to prepare for that.
Don't forget our practice areas also include civil litigation, complex transactions, criminal and traffic matters, & bankruptcy!
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Happy Labor Day from Campbell Flannery!
It's the unofficial last weekend of summer, make sure to make it a safe one!
commdiginews.com All about Labor Day, from the origins of the holiday to safety and travel tips.
Leaving unusual assets to our loved ones can be tricky. Here's some advice on how to handle these items in your estate plan and on how to make sure your beloved pet is in good hands.
time.com Decide who will take care of Fido.
We are here to assist estate planning clients of all kinds. This includes the members of our military. We appreciate your service and would like to offer our services to secure your family's future.
wealthmanagement.com The unique and irrevocable choices that members of the military make as they retire are often unfamiliar to civilian attorneys, tax advisors, financial advisors and estate planners.
Happy Friday everybody!
Here's a reminder that we have all the advice you need. Call us to make an appointment!
There have been many controversies regarding police in the news lately. It is crucial that you know your rights during a traffic stop or during any other interaction with law enforcement. Exercise your rights and educate yourself on what you are or are not obligated to do.
knowmyrights.org Everyone should be trained to assert their constitutional rights under the 4th Amendment in order to avoid the hassle and humiliation of police misconduct and illegal searches. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics report on citizen-police contacts...
Whateved your needs may be, we are here to draft an estate plan that fits your family and life.
Call us to make an appointment today and we will make sure your precious assets won't be left to Justin Bieber or Godzilla
If bitcoin really is the future of currency then the future of estate planning will be sure to change as well.
coindesk.com Certified Financial Planner Jeff Vandrew explains the steps bitcoin holders should take when planning their estates.
Whitney Houston's daughter has sadly passed away leaving Houston's estate in limbo. What can we learn from it's complications?
thewrap.com Legal experts tell TheWrap who would be entitled to the family fortune following Brown’s death
Don't have an estate plan? Well then, this could very well be what you're setting your family up for.
Make an appointment to begin drafting your estate plan and allow your family to carry on your legacy...without the nasty legal battles against one another.
theonion.com By Donald Reubens
Most Americans do not have an estate plan, and as it turns out, many millionaires don't either. Whether you are a millionaire or not, having an estate plan is crucial for protecting your family and your assets.
cnbc.com One-third of rich families' heirs are at risk, according to a CNBC survey, because they do not have a financial advisor–crafted estate plan.
Some parents may think twice about leaving large amounts of money to a child that has a drug addiction, or may need to leave more to a child that has special needs. Here is how to go about leaving unequal inheritances to your children.
financial-planning.com How a planner can help keep unequal inheritances from tearing a family apart.
Laws and estate planning methods change over time, is it time for you to update your estate plan?
wsj.com It is targeting the use of partnerships and companies to pass a family business or securities to children at a discounted value.
We hope everyone has a safe and happy 4th of July! Here's some helpful information and safety tips about fireworks.
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Now that we are celebrating same-sex marriage equality, let's talk about same-sex estate planning.
wealthmanagement.com Obergefell’s impact from taxation, through sickness and health and into death, is to provide a measure of uniformity.
Not having an estate plan will cost you! Here's how:
cnbc.com No one likes to ponder their own demise, but there's no excuse for not having a current estate plan to ease the way for heirs and caregivers.
Married couples and families are not the only people in need of estate planning, it's important for single people to plan for themselves as well.
dailyfinance.com Without spouses and partners to help, single people need to prepare some documents to improve their estate planning.
Introducing our new Twitter page! Follow us to get the latest news and advice on estate planning.
twitter.com The latest Tweets from Jim Campbell (@CamFlanLaw): "Introducing Campbell Flannery, PC's twitter page, for the latest news and advice on estate planning. #estateplanning"
Here's a helpful estate planning article for LGBT couples and families.
forbes.com Tips from 'The LGBT & Modern Family Money Manual.'
Why you should be all business when it comes to estate planning.
forbes.com For years, Patrick Severo didn't understand why people were so reluctant to talk about estate planning. Then the 55-year-old father of three went through the process himself. “Speaking about death and what's going to happen once you're gone are unpleasant topics that people just naturally want to av…
Another celebrity death we can learn from. What lessons can we take from Paul Walker's estate plan?
forbes.com Paul Walker's will and trust reveal he left his $25 million in assets to his daughter. What lessons can you learn from his estate planning? Forbes explores the legal ins and outs of the Paul Walker Estate.
Here's more estate planning mistakes of the rich and famous to learn from.
insurancenewsnetmagazine.com In the third edition of one of our favorite features, we learn the iron-clad value of a wellbuilt trust.
An interesting article on what planning for the future means today.
wsj.com Financial advisers and estate-planning professionals say uncertainty is hindering clients’ ability to think about making the family fortune last for generations.
Planning on retiring to another country? Here is a helpful article on estate planning as an expat.
wsj.com “It is important for advisers to build a team of attorneys and accounts who are well versed in foreign tax and estate laws.”
Learn from these mistakes!
cnbc.com Estate-planning blunders, from not signing health-care directives to leaving living trusts unfunded, are common—even among the fiscally prudent.
It may be a good idea to have a conversation with your young adult children about estate planning.
More on the subject of gifting, here are alternative ways to give to your family.
forbes.com Estate planning experts are advising people to give each kid/grand-kid up to $14,000 this year. But, these gifts can do a lot more than reduce your estate taxes. They can be used to pass along your values and give your kids a big advantage in life.
All you need to know about gifting.
marketwatch.com Here are three basic things to remember when getting started with estate planning.
Reviewing your estate plan is an important part of planning your vacations.
wilsonlawgroup.com Before any trip, most of us create a “to-do list” of things we have put off and want to take care of before we leave. Here is a checklist of estate planning things to do before you take your next trip. Taking care of these will help you travel with peace of mind, knowing that if you don’t return due…
How to talk about money when the time comes to care for your parents.
dailyfinance.com Mom may have taught you it's not polite to talk about money, but when it comes to discussing finances with her and dad, the consequences of polite silence can be disastrous.
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