In Appreciation

In Appreciation — January 2011

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Hundreds of years ago, John Donne wrote that “no man is an island entire of itself”.  In this spirit, I enjoy taking a post at the end of each month to thank those who have supported my practice or boosted my morale during the recent past.  If this blog deserves any praise, the following people,…

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In Appreciation – December 2010

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At the end of each month, I try to express my thanks to those who have helped towards the development of this blog and/or my estate planning law practice.  As I have many people to thank for their graciousness in this fifth month, let’s just dive right in.  This month, I give my gratitude to:…

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In Appreciation — November 2010

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This is the end of my fourth month of blogging.  At the end of each month, I try to give thanks to those who have given me great support or even a boost as I try to develop my practice. For Thanksgiving this year, my wife, two kids and I went to Philadelphia to see…

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In Appreciation — October 2010

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This is the end of my third month of blogging.  To remain humble and thankful, I try to take a post on the last day of each month to thank those that have been of great help and support to me and my efforts.  I have much to be thankful for!  Read more...

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In Appreciation — September 2010

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Image by clevercupcakes via Flickr My second month of blogging ends today.  As I did at the end of my first month, I want to take a post to thank the people who have generously given me extraordinary support, as well as many thought-provoking ideas and concepts.  Read more...

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In Appreciation – August 2010

To mark the end of my first month of blogging, I am going to take a post to thank those who have gone out of their way to give me their help and support.  I have had only limited contact with the lawyers listed below, but even their brief acknowledgments and encouragements are evidence of…

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