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KENNEBUNK, ME - MAY 19: Former first lady Barbara Bush waves to the crowd as she arrives at the dedication of the Mathew J. Lanigan bridge Friday, May 19, 2017. The bridge was first built in 1933 and connects Kennebunk and Kennebunkport. The new bridge cost $2.7 million and was completed in a very short time frame. (Photo by Gabe Souza/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images)

Barbara Bush’s End-Of-Life Decision Stirs Debate Over ‘Comfort Care’

As she was near death at age 92, former first lady Barbara Bush’s announcement that she was seeking “comfort care” is shining a light, and stirring debate, on what it means to stop trying to fight terminal illness.

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Facebook Privacy Settings: How To Make Your Account Secure

Social media giant Facebook is gradually making changes to the design of its privacy settings page in order to make it easier for users to see what information is accessible through their account and how it is being used.

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Preserve Your Lifestyle With Sound Legal & Financial Planning

Living a purposeful and healthy lifestyle seems to have become a mantra for our growing aging population.

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U.S. Appeals Court Voids Obama-Era Fiduciary Rule

A federal appeals court on Thursday voided the U.S. Department of Labor’s “fiduciary rule,” an Obama administration measure adopted in 2016 meant to curb conflicts of interest among providers of financial advice to Americans planning for retirement.

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Choosing The Right Decision Maker For You: A Helpful Primer

Choosing the right decision makers, known as “fiduciaries” and “agents,” for you and your estate plan is critical. Do not wait until you are under pressure to do so.

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Estate Planning: Procrastination Could Have Harmful Results

Even if a person has few assets or no children, estate planning also includes provisions for important decisions during life.

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