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Stuart’s firm, located in Rolling Meadows, is only one of a handful of firms across the United States using a maintenance-style approach to estate planning. He works with the entire family, not just his immediate clients, meeting with them periodically to ensure that the estate plan is on track. Unlike traditional law firms that charge by the hour, Stuart charges by the project which includes updates over a three year period. This, he says, allows clients to focus on their situation, not their lawyer’s timesheet. And it isn’t all about passing on wealth, he points out. Through his maintenance-style counsel, he helps families preserve cherished memories, share stories, communicate their feelings about the future, and celebrate the things that are important to them now.
This devoted father of three who hails from Greek parentage has dedicated his life to helping others live without regret largely because of his own personal experience. “My father passed away when I was 11 years old. I never realized how sick he was. I never got to say goodbye to him. I have often thought that had he written a letter telling me his hopes, dreams and fears, I would have cherished that letter far more than the money and property,” said Stuart. He suggests that parents write a letter to their children or make a video because the “the legacy you leave is more than financial.”
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