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Digital Estate Planning: Who Should Have Access to Your On-line Accounts?
Facebook has recently implemented a legacy contact, which gives you the option to give a designated individual access to some aspects of your Facebook account after you pass away. Google instituted a similar Inactive Account Manager in 2013. Both are responses to an increasingly common dilemma as individuals pass away "owning" many Internet accounts and identities.
Tax Tips for People with Special Needs and Their Families
April 15th is right around the corner, which means that it is time to file yet another personal income tax return. Although some people with disabilities may not have enough income to necessitate an income tax filing, the beneficiaries and trustees of special needs trusts may have additional filing requirements. If you or a loved one need to file a return, here are several tax tips to keep in mind that could save you time and money.
Special Needs Legal and Financial Presentation for Parents 
Next Wednesday evening, join Rebecca J. Benson and Karen B. Mariscal of Margolis & Bloom, for a presentation on guardianship, special needs estate planning, and the ABLE Act in Wellesley. Jamie Bush from Commonwealth Financial Group will also discuss special needs financial planning.

The program will take place on Wednesday, March 18th, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Wellesley Unitarian Church located on 309 Washington Street.

For more information and to RSVP, contact Michael Weiner at 
Resource: Asset Protection for Seniors
Asset Protection for Seniors
Illness, incapacity, the loss of a job, or a premature death can upset even the best financial plan. Fortunately, planning can provide considerable protection from these life uncertainties.

Learn how to protect your assets in the event you or your spouse needs long-term care, as well as techniques to protect your estate for your children and grandchildren.