As 2020 Comes To A Close . . .

We can all be thankful for what we do have and remember to help those who are less fortunate than we are.  This year has taught us many lessons in so many different areas. 

We have had so many experiences that, last year at this time, we would have never dreamed of having.  Let us hope that each of us has grown with our changed world and that we do our part each and every day to be safe, to promote the safety of others and to help those in need.

There are so many people to be remembered – those who did not have the strength to overcome COVID as well as those who gave of themselves in the fight of COVID.  And, so many other heroes who came forth this year in so many ways. 

Rather than my usual blog for this week, I wanted to thank you for the comments regarding these writings, which I hope you have found to be useful.  I try to make them practical with useful information.  There will be more to come in 2021.

As 2020 comes to a close, I wish all a happy holiday season for whatever traditions you celebrate and that with the fresh start of 2021, we can make it a year of moving forward and looking to a brighter tomorrow. 

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year. 



About the Author

Kay Sowa is a paralegal in the Trusts and Estates Group at Capehart & Scatchard, P.A. She is an IRS Enrolled Agent, an Accredited Estate Planner®, and a Certified Trust and Fiduciary Advisor. She oversees the trust and estate administration practice for the firm. She is an accomplished author and lecturer who has frequently spoken on behalf of a number of organizations including the National Business Institute and the Institute of Paralegal Education.

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  1. Janet E Zylstra says:

    what is involved in Probating a person’s will, what kind of assets are considered, how are they handled ?

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