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Planning for what happens after you die is not pleasant to think about, but it is essential, especially if you are a resident of the D.C. metro area. Tom O'Rourke is an estate planning expert who talked with Senior Correspondent Mike Causey about why you need to take time, and spend a bit of money, to plan for what will happen after you pass.
Hosts Bob Leins and John Elliott welcome back special guest, Tom O'Rourke, Attorney, Principal, Miles & Stockbridge, Rockville MD.
Aug. 30, 2010
Estate planning is for high-rollers right? Certainly not for ordinary federal workers and retirees, right? Wrong! Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has the explanation.
Tom O'Rourke, Attorney-at-Law, Principal at the firm Miles & Stockbridge in Rockville, Md., talks with hosts Bob Leins and John Elliott.
Jan. 25, 2010