Insight Law is an estate planning law firm based in Ashburn, Virginia. The firm also has offices in McLean, Va and Denver, Colorado.
The counselors at InSight Law follow the “team” philosophy when it comes to crafting a client's estate plan. No one person is responsible for a plan. Instead, the whole team takes responsibility for all clients. Everyone on the InSight Law team has an equally important role — from the president and lead attorney to our paralegal. The firm was founded in 2007 and has continued to grow since its inception. The firm has offices in Ashburn and McLean, Virginia, along with an office in Denver, Colorado. The firm's founder is Bobby Feisee. He is a graduate of George Mason University School of Law and is a member of the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys. Bobby founded InSight Law after his experience with his ailing father. “It wasn’t until after my dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s that I reviewed his estate plan (i.e. his Will, Trust, Power of Attorney and Medical Directives). I realized that I had made a terrible mistake not reviewing these documents with my dad earlier. I also made the mistake of not talking to my dad’s attorney and financial advisor. The legal documents were basically a bunch of boiler plate forms that really gave us no direction on what my dad’s wishes were. This experience inspired Bobby to open a firm that takes the time to thoroughly examine each client's estate and come up with a plan that is detailed, specific, and unique to each client.
We're rapidly approaching the end of 2018, which means you should take stock of your estate plan and ensure you are taking advantage of all available tax benefits. http://ow.ly/SkjV30mPHn0
The beginning of 2018 saw new major tax legislation, commonly known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which has had a significant effect on estate planning for many individuals. Over the past year,
This is a must-read article highlighting the tremendous cost associated with long-term care. http://ow.ly/QLGF30mPHzr
Readers share stories of the high cost of long-term care for elderly parents.
Interested in starting a business, but intimidated by creating a business plan? Do not fret. http://ow.ly/mM7I30mzwu2
A business plan is not only important for starting your business, it’s also an indispensable tool for helping you manage and grow your business. Your business plan is your roadmap
There were a number of modifications to federal tax laws in 2018. Will these changes impact your estate plan? Get the answer by reading this article. http://ow.ly/yPAG30mzwpS
The tax reform enacted at the end of 2017 will have a far-reaching impact on many areas of tax and financial planning.
Really helpful article for women who are going through a divorce and looking to protect their estate. Take a moment to check it out. http://ow.ly/YPLb30mzwno
While it's easy to get caught up in taking care of the different aspects of your immediate financial needs, it's arguably just as important (if not more so) to think about the future and plan ahead.
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Five key strategies to protect the wealth you worked so hard to attain. http://ow.ly/OvHr30m6xxk
One of the essential components of any estate plan—or wealth management plan in general, for that matter—is wealth preservation. To be able to pass on your assets to future generations, you need to ensure that they are properly safeguarded in the meantime.
Great article for anyone looking to start a business. https://www.forbes.com/sites/sap/2018/10/11/four-key-priorities-for-digital-business-planning/#440901da21a2
Learn about the key drivers that are changing the face of business planning.
Treating the elderly at the end of their life should not be viewed as a cash grab. http://ow.ly/58fh30mdiFT
Elderly residents given intensive therapy in the last weeks of life jumped 65 percent, a study shows, raising questions about financial incentives.
If you lost a spouse, there are important actions you need to take right away to protect their estate and your financial future. http://ow.ly/jEi130m6x8E
As soon as you are able, you have some legal documents to review and plans to update to protect both you and your heirs.
Great article in WSJ about millennials embracing "co-living" spaces and "community managers." http://ow.ly/BVuT30m6wJF
Millennials outsource life—cleaning, social planning, even shampoo—to housing startups. Visit Scott Levine, who is part of a growing phenomenon that tech and real-estate companies are hoping to cash in on: co-living.
Will this help or hurt Republicans in the mid-terms? Nobody can say for sure. http://ow.ly/VF2U30m6wT0
House Republicans, touting the tax cuts that remain popular among their core voters, are poised to pass a $631 billion extension of them in their final legislative push before the midterm elections.
This Forbes article hit the proverbial nail on the head when it comes to a key aspect of estate planning - passing on your advice, guidance, and precious memories to the next generation. This is why InSight Law offers legacy planning services. http://ow.ly/WvUt30m6xc1
Estate Planning is easy. It’s finite, calculable. Death is inevitable, so planning for it—while admittedly uncomfortable for some—is relatively easy. Life, on the other hand, is hard.
Finally, an example of a celebrity who took estate planning seriously. #youneedaplan http://ow.ly/gj9q30m6x0i
Burt Reynolds left his niece in charge of executing his will instead of his only son.
If you're a small business owner, having a well-crafted and detailed estate plan is critically important. Learn why here: http://ow.ly/6MMs30lEbL0
As a business owner, you're prepared for almost anything, but have you thought of the worst? Here's why you need an estate plan.
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Passing away without a will effectively puts the state in charge of your affairs and can leave loved ones out in the cold. Learn more here - http://ow.ly/2jrY30lEbMc
Aretha Franklin and Prince died without a will. If you do, your loved ones may not receive what you hope and might end up in protracted battles.
Aretha Franklin was a music icon. Her passing is a tragedy, especially given the surprising fact that she left no Last Will and Testament. Like fellow music icon Prince, her estate is likely be embroiled in probate proceedings for the foreseeable future. http://ow.ly/SrjT30lEbG5
When the legendary Aretha Franklin passed away at age 76, she reportedly left no will or trust. Here's why that's a big deal.
When you're planning a business, an exit strategy is critical. http://ow.ly/NglU30lsx1u
Why an Exit Strategy is a Critical Component of Your Business Plan? Give investors what they want: their money.Choosing an Exit Strategy
Can you achieve success as an entrepreneur by burning your business plan? http://ow.ly/6mPW30lswYA
The first step to starting a business is usually to come up with a business plan. But what if it could be done differently? What if you could achieve success as an entrepreneur by burning your business plan?
If you're thinking of starting a business, this is a great article offering practical tips on putting together a quality business plan. http://ow.ly/4KNV30lswSY
Business plans have long been a critical document for new businesses. Are they still relevant? If so, what best practices and data can help you create a winning document that will help your business get the funding you need and ensure your venture lasts?
Effective Management of Your Online Assets Critically Important for Your Digital Estate Plan - InSight Law
Ask yourself – what will happen to your Facebook account when you pass on? What about your iTunes playlist or Amazon Prime account? These are important questions that need to be answered when planning your estate because your digital assets need to be part of that plan.
Ask yourself – what will happen to your Twitter account when you pass on? What about your Facebook account and Pinterest Board? What about your photos shared on a variety of social media platforms? These are important questions that need to be … Continue reading →
Bobby demystifies elder law. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Esw_GI1NgU4
Bobby Feisee, president and managing partner at InSight Law, provides an overview of elder law and what it means to represent an aging population. To learn m...
If you do not proactively update your estate plan after a major life event like divorce, it can carry major consequences down the road. https://insightlaw.net/news/bobbys-blog/leaving-the-ex-in-control-an-estate-plan-nightmare
When someone passes away, there is an assumption many people make that the family and friends of a decedent will be left in charge of their deceased loved one’s estate so they can divide any possessions appropriately. Unfortunately, this assumption … Continue reading →
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Bobby Feisee, a trust and estate planning attorney in Ashburn, Virginia, helps demystify estate planning by using his "IRS Supermarket" example. This is an e...
Bobby explains the basics of a trust.
Have you considered adding a living trust to your estate plan? If so, here are some important facts you need to know. https://insightlaw.net/news/bobbys-blog/dispelling-common-myths-about-living-trusts
Most people have a general idea of what a Last Will and Testament is and the purpose it serves. However, if you mention establishing a Living Trust, many people will look at you quizzically with no idea what you’re referring … Continue reading →
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You've probably heard of the bitcoin phenomenon going on right now. If you own bitcoin, it is important to include this asset in your estate plan. Learn more here: https://insightlaw.net/news/bobbys-blog/every-bit-counts-estate-planning-bitcoin-assets
Our firm has written extensively about the shifting dynamics of estate planning and ensuring that digital assets are properly accounted and managed. Bitcoin certainly falls under that category. Why? Because the IRS announced in 2014
If you have a child with special needs, consider establishing an ABLE account. Learn more here. https://insightlaw.net/news/bobbys-blog/establish-able-account-understanding-positives-negatives
If you, or a family member, has a long-term disability, you have the ability to establish a tax-free savings account that can be accessed to pay for certain expenses without harming your ability to qualify
Happy holidays from the InSight Law team! We had our office holiday party recently and were very happy to donate an array of gifts to LAWS (Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter). If you're interested in donating to this amazing organization, visit: http://www.lcsj.org/donate-to-laws/
Would you tattoo "Do Not Resuscitate" to your chest? https://insightlaw.net/news/bobbys-blog/skin-game-doctors-comply-not-resuscitate-tattoo
Many patients find it difficult to communicate their end-of-life wishes to family members and doctors at critical points of time, especially if you are confronted with a sudden or unexpected ailment. There are legal documents
From our family to yours, happy thanksgiving!
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