Stalwartly maintaining a vigil for when the Shakespeareans return.
Another long-time project of mine has been to start produced a series of explainer videos tackling basic issues in law as applied to Kansas. And through the power of Biteable, that’s finally a reality! …well, the start of a reality. You need multiple videos to achieve a “series”, after all.
The first entry is on the importance of wills when dealing with when a decedent has a spouse and children, step- and natural. Kansas intestate succession provides that, when a decedent has a spouse and children, the spouse takes half of the estate and the children the other half. “Children”, however, includes only biological and adopted children, but not stepchildren.
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Has it really been that long?
It’s kind of amazing, actually. That this is done and here, that is.
For those who are confused by what I am babbling about, in August 2016 I made a little video and put it up on Facebook describing what was going on with the office. One of the things discussed was a rebuild of the firm’s website! A migration from GoDaddy’s Website Builder 7 to WordPress. That was supposed to take about a month, at most. After all, how hard could it be?
But we’re finally live and setup in our new home in WordPress. And are bristling with new functionality, like this blog! And an integration into LawPay. Or content. Oh so much content. On the order 7,000 words’ worth of waxing about family law and estate planning!Read More