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Retirement | on September 29, 2011 / By LNWM The New Retirement: Improv? or Performance Art? Next week, we welcome Dr. Joseph F. Coughlin as Laird Norton Wealth Management's fall Thought Forum speaker. As one...
Family and Finance | on September 13, 2011 / By LNWM Ensuring the Expected After the Unexpected: Living Wills and Durable Power of Attorneys Every morning we wake up and expect the usual; a hot cup of coffee, drizzle outside and traffic on I-90. What we do...
Family and Finance | on August 30, 2011 / By Kristi Mathisen What You Can’t Give, You Can Loan Your grandson needs help with the down payment on his first home purchase. Your daughter needs help starting her ow...
Family and Finance | Retirement | on August 19, 2011 / By Susan Talton Is There a Reverse Mortgage in Your Future? If you’re over 62 and are considering tapping into your home equity with a reverse mortgage, you may be wondering...
Retirement | on August 05, 2011 / By LNWM Dressing Your (Future) Age Never mind finding the fountain of youth, apparently the secret to aging well depends on finding the right suit. Th...
Family and Finance | on August 03, 2011 / By Kristi Mathisen Paperwork: File It, Shred It or Use It for Origami? Is your desk overflowing with paperwork? You know you have to keep some of it, but what? Certainly tax returns... C...
Family and Finance | on July 27, 2011 / By Robert Moser What You Can’t Give, You Can Loan Your grandson needs help with the down payment on his first home purchase. Your daughter needs help starting her ow...
Family and Finance | Trusts and Estates | on July 22, 2011 / By LNWM Happy Birthday, Hope You Use Your UTMA Wisely! With careful hands, many parents set out to raise their children and their children’s Uniform Transfers to Minors...
Trusts and Estates | on July 18, 2011 / By Kristi Mathisen Oregon’s New Estate Tax: No Longer a Cliff, but Scarier Heights Its official, starting in 2012 it will be an even better time to be a beneficiary in Oregon State … so long as th...