New Year’s Resolutions You Can Keep

New Year's ResolutionsAs we enter the New Year, the tradition is to make resolutions.  Many of us will try to eat better, exercise more, and try to do all the things we have put off for too long.  Many of us will fail and resolutions will be broken.  However, there are some resolutions that are easier to keep.

How about tackling some things that have been put off for too long?  Maybe there have been changes in the last few years such as a marriage or divorce, or a death in the family or the joy of a baby.  Now could be the time to have a new will prepared or maybe you are contemplating an estate plan for the first time.  Or perhaps you are concerned with changes in the law over the last year or impending changes in the upcoming year but you have been too busy to look into it or have an attorney look into it for you.  Possibly you own a business and your year-end review shows a number higher than you would like for your accounts receivable.

Contacting an attorney to assist you with your personal or business needs can be a resolution you can keep.

Happy New Year!

Author: Davi M. Peters, Esq.

Welts, White & Fontaine, P.C.

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