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InSight Law is a boutique law firm focused on estate planning and small business planning. We serve clients in Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia, West Virginia, Colorado, and California. We offer clients detailed, workable plans that emphasize the importance of ongoing education and maintenance.

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Don't Be Part of the 64 Percent

A 2016 survey by Harris Poll discovered 64 percent of American adults do not have a will. Nearly half of those surveyed either said they didn't need one or just haven't gotten around to it. Do not make this mistake. Take action now to protect your loved ones and your assets. InSight Law is one of the few firms in the United States with a formal ongoing maintenance and education program for our clients. This helps ensure your plan is up to date by routinely integrating changes in your life, changes in the law, and changes in planning techniques.

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Latest Posts from Bobby's Blog

Bobby regularly publishes insightful (pardon the pun) content on trust and estate planning, business planning, and other important legal issues.

31 Jan

Your Estate Plan Could Help Grow – or Ruin – Your Family Fortune

Most Americans have heard the names “Rockefeller” and “Vanderbilt.” The two families are firmly embedded in American culture through academia (e.g., Vanderbilt University), real estate (e.g., Rockefeller Plaza), charitable organizations, politics, etc. The progenitors of these now-iconic names were John D. Rockefeller and Cornelius Vanderbilt. Both men enjoyed incredible success in different areas of the […]

28 Jan
11 Nov

Must-Know Info on How Charitable Deductions Work

You need to itemize in order to claim your charitable deduction The latest tax act raised the standard deduction single filers to $12,200 and joint filers to $24,400. It appears the big increase in standard deduction has had a negative impact on the percentage of taxpayers who make charitable contributions because you are unable to […]

Estate & Business Planning Law Firm Proud to Serve Clients in Virginia, Maryland, D.C., West Virginia, Colorado & California