Why They Matter and How We Help Our Cl ients W ills , T rusts , and E state P lanning As we come toward the last quarter of the year, holidays are nearing. While many think it might be too soon to think about holidays, everyone at the Manely Law Firm believes this is one of the best times to start wrapping things up for your family. One of the best gifts you can give your family is a plan that removes any anxiety involving your assets and health. Estate planning includes wills, trusts, advanced health care directives, powers of attorney, and guardianship, either permanent or temporary. All of these documents are essential for end-of-life and emergency issues. No one likes to think about end-of-life matters or situations in which they are incapacitated, but it’s vital to prepare for them. Our attorneys talk to our clients about this all the time; they don’t want their family to deal with any legal problems, go to court to make a payment, or get authority to make a payment while going through emotional distress. An estate plan is set up so your family can mourn you, celebrate your life, or take care of you without worrying about anything else. The best part about setting up an estate plan is that it is never too early to do it. William King, one of our experts in wills, trusts, and estate planning, explains that kids as young as 14–16 can get in contact with an attorney to set up an estate plan, though not very many do. William also hosts public forums where he talks about the benefits of estate planning and encourages people to ask questions. The Manely Law Firm offers consultations to talk one-on-one, explain the process, and pass out questionnaires. Once our clients submit these documents, we draft up an estate plan, which our clients look over. After this step, we meet with our clients once again. Our goal is to make sure that their estate plans are something they can rely on with confidence.
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Inspired by Bon Appétit
6 oz pasta, ideally spaghetti or bucatini 3 tbsp unsalted butter, cubed and divided
1 tsp freshly ground black pepper
3/4 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese, ideally Parmigiano- Reggiano 1/3 cup finely grated pecorino cheese Kosher salt, for pasta water and to taste
In a large pot, bring 3 quarts of salted water to a boil. Add pasta and cook, stopping 2 minutes short of desired doneness. Drain pasta, reserving 1/2 cup of pasta water. In a large pan over medium heat, melt 2 tbsp butter. Add pepper and cook until toasted and aromatic, about 1 minute. Add reserved pasta water and bring to a simmer. Transfer pasta and remaining butter to pan and reduce heat to low. Add Parmesan cheese and cook until melted, tossing pasta throughout. Remove pan from heat and add pecorino, continuing to toss until cheese is melted and sauce coats pasta.
4. Transfer to bowls and serve.
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