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Christopher S. Nudo, Attorney at Law


  • Published: July 13, 2020

Vacations Gone Bad How Delegating Parental Powers Can Be Critical With summer vacation time upon us, even with our Covid-19 world, many people are hitting the road or jumping on a plane. It is not uncommon to have minor children go on vacation with another family or go on a trip with a sports team or marching band. What Happens…Read More

  • Published: May 5, 2020

(Avoid These Common Screw Ups) A beneficiary is the person or people who receives the benefit of any life insurance, IRA, Annuity or 401k Plan when you die. However, there are several common mistakes people make when setting these up. For most people, the naming of a beneficiary was set up many years, if not decades ago. Most people never think…Read More

  • Published: November 4, 2019

Christopher S. Nudo is of-counsel to Bazos, Freeman, Schuster & Pope, LLC. His primary areas of practice are wills, trusts, business succession, loan documentation, real estate transactions and Not-for-profit law and church ministry. Mr. Nudo take pride in having a Christian-based practice that help assist local ministries and charities with their legal needs. Influenced by his Christian faith he endeavors…Read More

  • Published: March 24, 2010

1. Full Transparency Most successor trustee's of living trusts are acting on the behalf of the remaining beneficiaries. The trustee is the person appointed byt he decent to make all the decisions required to manage the assets of a trust. The beneficiaries are the people who are entitled to the assets in the trust. Often times, a son or daughter…Read More

  • Published: November 17, 2009

1. Don't Procrasttinate! With all the talk in Washington about Healthcare reform, I started thinking about what practical things we could do to ensure that we are protecting ourselves and the ones we love. It seems that we all put off the need to prepare or update our will or trust. However when a crisis occurs it is often too…Read More