The Joel Klein investor panel hosted a live Fidelity BizTank show in honor of Fidelity's grand opening of it's 20K square ft. state-of-the-art headquarters. The mission of the show is to connect entrepreneurs with investors who believe in empowering the entrepreneurial community.

We often ascertain how we can assist a client during an extensive consultation in which we glean a great deal of pertinent information about the individual’s family, health and financial portrait.  Clients are always given ample time to ask questions during these consultations. One of the most commonly asked queries is whether a client needs a trust.  Often, the client will come in and ask for a trust without really knowing what a trust is or the reasons behind it.  The following information should be helpful in determining whether a trust is in fact appropriate for one’s estate plan.

Can I maintain or even lose weight during Pesach at a hotel or resort? Absolutely! I’ve compiled a list of tips from my many years of experience with Pesach getaways.

Exercise: Most hotels offer exercise classes, separate gym and pool hours, and some have beautiful grounds and walking trails. Take advantage of these amenities. Burn calories and set the right tone for the day. Try to fit in a workout on Erev Pesach after you’re settled into your room. That way you will stay away from the lavish arrival meal and you will also come into Yom Tov with the right mindset.

It was on a recent visit to Denver that A TIME founder and director of member services Brany Rosen found herself approached in a span of just twenty minutes by six women who wanted to show her pictures of their babies, all born with the organization’s assistance. Despite having had similar experiences in various cities, Rosen found herself elated to see A TIME’s efforts bearing fruit nationwide, bringing the ultimate joy to couples who struggled with infertility. As she shared the heartwarming story of the six local A TIME babies with a group of teachers just before speaking at a school the next day, a teacher who was clearly in the later stages of her pregnancy smiled at her and said, “Please count me as your seventh.”

People are usually surprised to hear that during my 20+ years of family law practice, I regularly counsel ambivalent individuals and couples not to end their marriages. Or, at least to delay their decision, and not pull the plug impulsively.