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This is a podcast by Josh Key, owner and managing attorney of Key Law. Key Law is an Alabama law firm that takes the headaches out of estate planning and probate so that families can focus on what's important. This podcast will examine and explain estate planning and probate strategies and concepts, from a real lawyer, to help you determine how to get the best estate plan for you and your family.
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The GO TO Podcast For Moms With Kids At Home! Do you want to love motherhood but find yourself in survival mode or burned out more than you'd like to admit? Do you feel tugged between enjoying every moment with your kids because it "goes so fast" and feeling mom guilt because you don't? Are you tired of wandering around the house or scrolling social media but don't know where to find the time or energy to do something that you would enjoy? There's a way to create a life that you are excited ...
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SMSF Strategy Series: Superannuation | Fund Structure | Estate Planning | Gearing | Family Super Fund | Tax Planning

Chris Reed: SMSF Specialist Advisor, Director of Business Concepts Group, CPA-Financial Planning Specialist

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The SMSF Strategy series is hosted by Chris Reed from Business Concepts Group (BCG). The eight-part podcast series covers key areas involved in having a Self Managed Super Fund including Fund Structure, property investing, Gearing, the family super Fund, Tax planning and Estate Planning. SMSF’s are becoming more and more popular but many Funds operate at a basic level. This series looks at helping trustees take their SMSFs to the next level and maximise the benefits of the SMSF. Chris also h ...
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We have been working on a huge project to weed all of the garden pathways and lay down weed cloth to hopefully prevent future out of control weeks from taking over. One morning I got out there super early and saw all of the beautiful plants strong, but by 10am they were withering away in the hot sun. I realized that we've had many hot, dry days and…
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Probate Process Explained: How to Open a Probate and Simplify Estate Planning. Are you wondering how to start the probate process? Look no further! Attorney Josh Key breaks down the steps for opening a probate so you can focus on what truly matters. Don’t let the court confuse you - let us help you navigate through the estate planning and probate p…
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If you are looking for a fun and new activity to do with your kids I recommend making a jar of sauerkraut this summer! It took me 2 years and five failed batches before I finally figured out all of the nuances of this process, but it was well worth the wait. Today I'm sharing 6 mistakes to avoid and what to do instead so that your first batch can b…
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If you've ever thought about gardening with kids my conversation with Tiana Woodbury is for you! She has gardened with her three young children for many years in many different types of gardens (container, community, and her own backyard) and is full of real, practical tips. One of Tiana's superpowers is making the ordinary magical and she brings t…
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Earlier this year I shared what I did to make my smartphone less “smart” (Digital Minimalism in 2024). Since then, our family has faced some unexpected challenges that pushed us into survival mode, and naturally, our screen time increased, including mine. This experience made me realize the unique challenges we face at different stages of our journ…
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Join Tracy and Rebecca for a conversation about Lifesharing. Tracy is a Lifesharing Participant and Rebecca is a Lifesharing Coordinator with Cares Lifesharing means living with and sharing life experiences with supportive persons who form a caring household. Lifesharing is recognized as both a close personal relationship and a place to live. Lifes…
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We woke up on Saturday morning and my son was staring out the back window when he realized he couldn't see the zipper on the trampoline across the yard. Upon closer inspection, he realized that one of the huge limbs on our peach tree had broken and had fallen on top of the olive tree next to it and on the ground. We didn't have any big storms or hi…
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Wendy Davis, Director of Marketing and Outreach for Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF), joins us to discuss the life-changing funding PATF helps Pennsylvanians receive. Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF) is a statewide, non-profit organization that helps individuals with disabilities and older Pennsylvanians acquir…
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Wellness can mean something different to everyone. What's important, is finding what works for you! PA Family Network advisors, June Morris, Chris Gaus, and Ernie Roundtree, join us to discuss what activities and habits they do for wellness. Wellness is the act of practicing healthy habits on a daily basis to attain better physical and mental healt…
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Terri Spry joins us to discuss her role as a Caregiver and her experience using a Supports Broker. A Supports Broker is paid to perform a variety of duties to support a person in self-directing services and supports. They can offer assistance with employer-related functions, enhancing natural supports, and service and supports continuity and mainte…
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Join us for an honest conversation about the impacts of Medical Trauma. As caregivers and individuals, it's a challenge many of us will inevitably encounter. Chou Hallegra and Diana Smaglik, both Program Managers at Vision for Equality, offer invaluable insights shaped by their personal experiences. With professional experience and family members w…
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What do you do with all the stuff your kids create? This is something I have struggled with for years with my four very creative children. In this week’s episode, I’m sharing what has been working for us, our current problems and what we are doing about it, and a brand new framework my children and I came up with that is changing how we think about…
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An emergency can happen at any time, and being prepared is important. This is even more true for those who use devices that may need charged, or have medications that need to be taken daily. Join PA Family Network Advisor, Rachel Frometa, as we discuss the importance of preparing for emergencies and how to get started. For More Information: https:/…
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Assistive Technology(AT) is ever-evolving- but how did it get it's start? Join Pierce Meire and Paul Smaglick as they chat about the history of AT. Pierce studied technology in school and is a PA Family Network Advisor. Paul is the dad of a man who receives services through the ODP System and uses assistive technology daily. He is also an IT profes…
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PA Family Network Advisors, Joan Nery and Gabe Smaglik, join us to chat about Lifesharing and the potential benefits! Lifesharing supports individuals with intellectual disabilities to live with qualified adults who provide support in their home. It means living with and sharing life experiences with supportive persons who form a caring household.…
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We have four very creative kids who spend HOURS each day creating things (the most recent was an elaborate tin can phone system complete with bells and wall mounts for the cans to go between the top and bottom bunk). In this week's episode, I'm sharing the things we've done that have made the biggest impact on raising creative children. 8 Tips For …
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Chele and Melissa join us to share their unique perspectives and experience with Post Tramatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and trauma. We discuss the importance of seeking help, sharing in safe spaces, and breaking the stigma. Chele Abraham-Montgomery and Melissa Suarez are both family support specialists with Vision for Equality. If you or someone you …
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Lt. David Godfrey joins us to discuss the innovative program, Project Lifesaver. Project Lifesaver is a 501 (C)(3) community based, public safety, non-profit organization that provides law enforcement, fire/rescue, and caregivers with a program designed to protect, and when necessary, quickly locate individuals with cognitive disorders who are pron…
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Whether you are exhausted, depressed, sick, burned out, or just want a break, in today's episode I'll be sharing my #1 tip that I've used for the last 10.5 years of motherhood to get me through the day when I need some space we still have the day to spend together. The solution has two parts: Go outside and do something creative. When my kids were …
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Gabe Smaglik and Ursula Lesic join us to discuss the role that self-advocacy has played in their lives. Self-advocacy raises awareness. It makes others aware of the challenges you’re facing. Speaking up for yourself and communicating needs identifies gaps, blocks, and issues earlier, allowing your support system to help you find a solution Join us …
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It is so easy to fall into the "all I do is.." trap. You fill in the blank - change diapers, drive kids to school and activities, feed people, nurse the baby, chase after the toddler. No matter the season of motherhood you are in, there are things that we do over and over again. And when we start to think that it is all we do, we can start to feel …
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My ODP is a great hub of information for anyone with a disability in Pennsylvania. Join Carey, a PA Family Network Advisor, as she discusses the importance of using and exploring My ODP. MyODP.org provides a single place for people to access the Office of Developmental Programs' virtual trainings, resources and communications, as well as to registe…
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When asked who decides what activities he does every day, Billy quickly and clearly answers "I do". A life of choice is important to living a good life, and a cornerstone of the self-directed model. Join us as Billy and Lynn dive into 'A Day in the life of Participant Directed Services". Billy is a 37 year-old man who self-directs his services. Lyn…
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Mary Elks and Sara Nye join us to discuss the importance of Roommate Interviews and finding the right match for you. Sara and Mary are both Family Advisors with the PA Family Network and Self Advocates. Check out this resource to get ideas on questions to ask during a Roommate Interview. https://www.apartmentguide.com/blog/critical-questions-ask-po…
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With summer quickly approaching, I needed to refocus on what we are going to make our learning priorities for the next few months. We go year-round in our homeschooling so that we can have the ultimate flexibility to take breaks or just enjoy the nice days outside. And, hot weather here in the South has us indoors more than in the winter months. In…
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Jeremy Yale and Lauren House (ODP) join us for a two-part podcast to discuss the benefits of Assistive Technology and accessing it through the waiver system Jeremy is the Director of the Bureau of Policy and Quality Management on behalf of ODP and Lauren House is the Director of the Bureau of Community Services on behalf of ODP. The Office of Devel…
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Jeremy Yale and Lauren House (ODP) join us for a two-part podcast to discuss the benefits of Assistive Technology and accessing it through the waiver system Jeremy is the Director of the Bureau of Policy and Quality Management on behalf of ODP and Lauren House is the Director of the Bureau of Community Services on behalf of ODP. The Office of Devel…
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Nicole and Linda Sue, two PA Family Network advisors with decades of experience in the ID/A field, discuss their experience as Common Law Employers through the Vendor Fiscal model of Participant Direction. The Vendor Fiscal/Employer Agent (VF/EA) Financial Management Services (FMS) model is a self-directed service delivery approach. The model is in…
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Wellness isn't one 'set' action or method- it's all-encompassing. Chou Hallegra joins us to discuss Wellness as a Way of Life. Chou oversees the Philadelphia Family Support Projects at Vision for Equality. She is a mental health specialist and a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) trainer and consultant passionate about promoting wellbeing and b…
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Darcy and Sue, two PA Family Network advisors with decades of experience in the ID/A field, discuss their experience as managing employers through Agency With Choice. Agency With Choice is a service delivery option in which individuals with an Intellectual Disability or Autism and/or their family members are able to self-direct their services – whi…
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For the last 30 days, I've been using the Thriving in Motherhood Journal. Before this personal challenge, I would use it about once a week when things were hard and noticed a nice lift to my week. But as this year has continued to surprise us I started to flounder and wanted to see what impact the journal would have in my life. In this week's episo…
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Jennifer Harniman-Crangle, LSW joins us to discuss the challenges that families with medically complex loved ones face trying to receive the care and services they need. Jennifer is a Family Navigator with Philadelphia Coordinated Health Care (PCHC), working on behalf of ODP.由PA Family Network
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I got a fantastic question from a mother who is using the 2024 Thriving in Motherhood Planner this year: "I get confused sometimes about the distinction between things like goals (quarterly vs. yearly) vs. projects vs. habits vs. Big 3 vs. focus vs. tracking. Should these things all be related or not necessarily? For example, on page 31, I'm not su…
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Trooper Jasmine Berrocal joins us to discuss her role as a Community Affairs Officer. She shares her experience and chats about the importance of knowing your local law enforcement; particularly as a family/individual with a disability. Members assigned to the Community Affairs Section work with a multitude of community groups and organizations; me…
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Cleaning my home with my children has always been my number one priority. When they were babies this looked like using cleaning supplies that would be safe while they were in a baby carrier on me. As they were toddlers, it meant they could clean with me, and I wasn't worried about what they were touching. As they get older it means having materials…
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When I had three kids, four and under, I learned about Charlotte Mason and her principle of spreading a wide feast of ideas. Practically, this looks like 20 different subjects in a Charlotte Mason classroom that get covered during the week. Before we were in the formal school years, I got into the habit of discovering where all the different sectio…
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Synthia Simenson is a mother of five (almost six) children ages 10 and under. She went through the struggles that I think we can all relate to when we first become moms—overwhelm, unsure of where to focus her time and energy, and not even sure what she wanted life to look like. I hope you are as inspired by her journey as I am, from those survival …
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Have you done those exercises where you write out your priorities or values? It is easy for me to put on paper what I care about, but where are my time and energy really going? In this season of survival mode for our family, we have really stripped away a lot of what we usually do, and it is easy for me to say that we aren't very consistent in thin…
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When you’ve lost momentum in every area of your life, and it feels overwhelming because there is so much to do, what do you do? Often, the answer is to do a brain dump—write everything you can possibly think of on a piece of paper to clear your head. The problem is, what do you do after that? How do you actually gain the clarity you need to move fo…
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Last week, we spent a week in Memphis, Tennessee, as a family while Andrew attended a conference. It was a great trip with lots of amazing moments and some really hard ones, too. In this week’s episode, I’m sharing the reflection process that I did after this trip so that we can take in all the data, evaluate the wins, what we loved, and what we wo…
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When I shared 3 Thriving Thoughts for Hard Days a few weeks ago, we were not at the end of the unexpected and hard around here. The reality is that my capacity and desire for doing things and running the household are shrinking as my energy is being diverted toward the emotional and physical realities and reactions to our circumstances. I’ve also r…
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If you’ve been stuck on Exploring on the 5 Step Path from Surviving to Thriving, this week’s episode is for you! Monica Packer shares how a Do Something List can be a powerful tool for exploring and discovering who you are and what you love. It’s a practical push to find fulfillment in your everyday life. It is separate from a goals or resolutions …
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We’ve had an intense few months over at our house, and it has taken its toll. But the wonderful thing is that with breakdowns come breakthroughs. Today, I’m sharing three new Thriving Thoughts (what I call the new way of thinking I like to hold onto) I’ve had that are helping me in this season. Whether these thoughts resonate with you or not, I hop…
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If decorating your home feels overwhelming and you don’t know where to start, this conversation with Myquillyn Smith will bring clarity and hope. We discuss house rules (and how to break them), how to fix things when they don’t look right, how to decorate on a budget, and how to figure out what your next step is when it comes to creating a home tha…
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Why Is Life Insurance Vital To Estate Planning? — At Key Law, we take the headache out of estate planning and probate, so you can focus on what’s important. We’d love to talk to you about we can help you protect your loved ones and your money, while making the process easy and efficient. We make it super easy. Just click the link below and set up a…
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4 Reasons Why Homeowners Should Put Their Homes In A Revocable Living Trust. -- At Key Law, we take the headache out of estate planning and probate, so you can focus on what's important. We'd love to talk to you about we can help you protect your loved ones and your money, while making the process easy and efficient. We make it super easy. Just cli…
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