What To Do When Someone Dies: The 2021 Checklist

Losing a loved one can be incredibly difficult, both emotionally and logistically. Here is the definitive guide and checklist outlining all of the important things that need to be considered following the loss of a loved one in 2021.

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Creating Generational Wealth

Generational wealth, more commonly called an “inheritance”, refers to passing down something of value from one generation to the next. In this 1st part of a 3 part series, we break down how to Create Generational Wealth.

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The Top 13 Items Found in Safe Deposit Boxes

Safe deposit boxes can be a valuable tool for protecting key documents and belongings. But what are some of the most common objects to find in safe deposit boxes? Atticus breaks it down here.

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How to Choose the Executor of Your Estate

Choosing an executor can be one of the most difficult tasks in estate planning. Here are five important considerations you should consider when choosing an executor to administer your estate.

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What to Wear and What NOT to Wear to a Zoom Funeral

Zoom funerals are a product of our times, and are likely here to stay. Figuring out what to wear to a Zoom funeral is a positive step, as appropriate attire is a wonderful gesture of respect to the bereaved.

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Coping with Grief and Traditions During The Holidays

For those who have lost a loved one to Covid-19, or anything else this year, the holidays can be a difficult time for navigating the grief and loneliness felt during a change of traditions. Here's an ultimate guide for navigating the holiday season and processing the grief in a healthy way.

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Powering Financial Literacy through Family Legacy

Family members commonly struggle with financial literacy during the probate and estate settlement processes following the loss of a loved one. Atticus shares its mission to empower financial literacy among families during transfers of legacy.

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