Artificial Intelligence and Estate Planning

In 1996 Kodak was in its prime. It dominated photography and film, with a market cap exceeding $28 billion, and 140,000 employees. In 1976, 20 years earlier, Kodak actually invented the digital camera. They owned its intellectual property and had the advantage of being first to the marketplace. Kodak should be thriving today, but instead […]

From Data to Wisdom

While no one would disagree that the services of a qualified estate-planning attorney are far superior to those  you can find with Internet document preparation software, it’s important to understand what part of your practice is “commoditized,” as opposed to where you provide true client value. Know this: Despite your best efforts, your documents are […]