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  • Legal Planning and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)
    05/07/2022

    The number of children born through ART methods has tripled over the past 15 years and is expected to continue growing. Join us for a fascinating conversation about this newly developing area of the law.
     

  • A Look Behind the Probate Curtain
    04/05/2022

    A Discussion of What Probate Entails, How Long It Takes, How Much It Costs, & When – and How – to Avoid It.
     

  • Tax Tips for Charitable Giving
    03/11/2022

    Giving to your favorite charities can be personally rewarding; being strategic about your planning maximizes your tax savings.
     

  • Asset Protection Strategies: 5 Tools that Can Protect Your Family’s Wealth
    02/10/2022

    An important, but often-overlooked, aspect of financial and legal planning involves protecting what you’ve worked so hard for.
     

  • Exciting News! McNulty Law is now The Village Law Firm
    12/17/2021

    The Law Office of Shannon P. McNulty is now the Village Law Firm!

    We all know that it takes a village to raise a child, but it also takes a village to support your loved ones in a time of emergency.
     

  • How to Speak with Your Loved Ones About Estate Planning
    12/10/2021

    Talking to your parents about their estate planning is not always an easy thing to do. Estate attorney, Shannon P. McNulty shares tips for broaching the subject when you are gather together over the holidays.
     

  • The Village Law Firm - Virtual Town Square Meet Up
    12/10/2021

    It takes a village to protect what you love. We have created our own village of legal and financial professionals to help you make your plans a reality. Join us for our very first Virtual Town Square Meet Up!
     

  • End of Year Tax & Legal Planning Webinar
    11/11/2021

    You may have heard, Congress is currently considering a number of tax changes that may affect your family. Knowing what's coming can help you plan ahead and avoid unnecessary tax exposure. Attorney Shannon P. McNulty speaks with Financial Advisor John Owens, from Brooklyn FI. Together they explain steps you should take now to prepare for the end of the year.  
     

  • Estate Planning for Divorced Parents
    09/09/2021

    Join host Shannon McNulty as she speaks with divorced parents and explains how to make sure their assets are protected for their children - and do not end up in the hands of their ex.
     

  • Five Things You Need To Know About Insurance After COVID
    06/24/2021

    Estate planning attorney Shannon P. McNulty, Erin Ardleigh, and John Pugliese discuss how the insurance marketplace has changed in the wake of COVID-19 and share their industry expertise on how to find the right policy for you and your family.
     

  • Estate Planning for International Families
    02/21/2021 | http://www.thesavvyparent.us/podcast/estate-planning-for-international-families/

    The Savvy Parent podcast hosts estate attorney Shannon P. McNulty​ as she shares her expertise on estate planning for international families. International families have unique concerns and cross-boarder issues to consider. She explains how protect your family both legally and financially.
     

  • Estate Planning for Divorced and Separated Parents
    01/25/2021 | http://www.thesavvyparent.us/podcast/estate-planning-for-divorced-and-separated-parents/

    The Savvy Parent podcast hosts estate attorney Shannon P. McNulty​ as she explains how divorce or separation can effect your estate plan. While divorce is hard enough, not having a handle on your estate plan could mean that your assets end up in the hands of your ex.