Leaving a Legacy for Charitable Organizations – Not Just for the Super Rich

Many people donate to charity each year, but fewer make arrangements to donate to charity as part of their estate plan.  If you are interested in making a gift, whether big or small, to a charity, there are a number of ways you can support your favorite causes. Make gifts throughout your lifetime. While you are alive, you can support causes you believe in and make donations...
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Family Health History – What Is It and Why Do You Need One?

A family health history is a record of your family tree’s medical conditions and information.  A family health history may help you figure out what heath conditions your family is at risk of developing and may help your healthcare professionals assess your risk for certain diseases and conditions.  Understanding more about your family health history can also help you take proac...
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Children, Maternal Health, and Inequality Across the Globe

Just in time for Mother’s Day, Save the Children released this year’s “Mother Index” ranking children’s and maternal health around the globe and inequality between the world’s richest and poorest mothers and children.  Not surprisingly, Norway, Finland, and Iceland rank as the best countries for mothers to raise children.  The bottom counties are all in sub-Saharan Africa and a...
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Hough Law’s New Look!

As I mentioned in a blog post celebrating the first anniversary of Hough Law, a big goal for the short term was to get a newly designed website up and running.  Hough Law Husband and I spent a great deal of time and energy developing the new site and formatting it to meet our needs. Some highlights include: An updated blog post home, which allows for easier reading and s...
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