Many people are feeling full of angst and fear as we face a new president and new administration. I understand and see the fear that this transition will bring. Some of you fear what will happen to your personal rights and some fear what will happen to your loved ones.
If you’re same gender couple who recently got married, or are thinking about getting married, you should to sit down with a legal adviser to take the correct steps to make sure your collective assets are protected to the fullest extent possible. Same thing when it comes to your children. Consult with an attorney to make sure your parental rights are legally secured. Secure IDs and passports as a precautionary measure.
Take a deep breath. There is hope – I always believe in hope and a new tomorrow. For now, begin with these tangible steps and lay the foundation for protecting yourself and the ones that you love to the fullest extent legally possible as you move forward.
My practice Van Tassel Law is a boutique law practice offering a wide range of services. Personal attention is the hallmark of my professional career. I handle every case myself. While I have assistance running my office, be assured, I personally handle every case and respond to all calls and email from all clients of Van Tassel Law.
I do not have a crystal ball and cannot predict the future – there may be some rough times but together we can build a roadmap – the agreement – which can take you through the transition and into tomorrow and beyond. We can only do our best to try and bring peace and calm during periods of transition.
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