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Estate Planning: Your Guide to Understanding Wills and Trusts

By Ali Oromchian Esq

The topic of death is often an uncomfortable one, but necessary. In the event of your death, what will happen to your assets? Taking care of your family is your number one priority which makes estate planning crucial. Making sure your affairs are in order offers peace of mind that your spouse, children, and family members will be taken care of and protected when you are gone. Dental & Medical Counsel focuses in estate planning as well as other legal services for dentists and doctors. The terms living wills and living trusts are often used interchangeably. Although these two legal documents are both very important to estate planning, they have distinct differences and act in different ways. Let's take a closer look at the...

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Posted on 05/22/2019 at 10:45 AM

Plan Your Exit Strategy Before It’s Too Late

By Ali Oromchian Esq

If you are the owner of a dental practice, you inevitably have to consider the long-term vision of your business. This can include self-evaluations of your practice, whether you want to sell and when, as well as the impacts each of these decisions might have on your finances. As these can be life-altering choices for your future and retirement, you should consider a number of thoughts along the way.

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Posted on 04/03/2019 at 10:31 AM

7 Tips For Planning Your Financial Independence

By Ali Oromchian Esq

Financial independence: it's an important goal for everyone. As a dentist who is in charge of your own practice, you want to be sure that you're taking the necessary steps to plan for financial independence not just during these working years, but during the important years of your retirement. These tips will make it easier for you to reach your retirement goals--and help ensure that you're able to live the lifestyle you want during the golden years of your retirement. 

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Posted on 12/21/2017 at 10:49 AM

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