Evan Kyle Guthrie’s Guides

Evan Kyle Guthrie

Charleston Estate Planning Attorney.

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  1. Estate Planning: “Breaking Bad” And Walter White

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, about 1 year ago.

    The series finale of the television program Breaking Bad concluded with the lead character making a unique estate plan. Throughout the series, Walter White, the terminal cancer diagnosed high school chemistry teacher turned Methamphetamine empire kingpin had a goal of leaving his...

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  2. Estate Planning: Lessons Learned From Ken Norton

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, about 1 year ago.

    Ken Norton died in September of 2013 at age 70 of congestive heart failure after enduring several strokes over the years. Norton is most well known as a professional fighter and former world heavyweight champion who broke Muhammad Alis jaw while defeating him. There are several e...

  3. Estate Planning: Dennis Farina

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, over 1 year ago.

    Dennis Farina passed away in July of 2013 in Scottsdale, Arizona of a blood clot in his lung at the age of 69. Farina was best known as a character actor in movies such as Saving Private Ryan, Get Shorty, and Out Of Sight and as Detective Joe Fontana and the television series Law...

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  4. Divorce and Family Law: Lessons Learned From Dwayne Wade And Endorsement Money

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, over 1 year ago.

    Dwayne Wade was reported to be involved in a lawsuit with his former wife, Siohvaughn, citing a breach of their divorce settlement in July of 2013. Wade is best known as a professional basketball player for the NBAs Miami Heat and three time NBA champion and nine time all star. T...

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  5. Estate Planning: James Gandolfini and Tony Soprano

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, over 1 year ago.

    James Gandolfini passed away from an apparent heart attack while on vacation in Rome in June of 2013. Gandolfini was most well known for portraying New Jersey mob boss, Tony Soprano, on the award winning HBO TV series, The Sopranos. There are many estate planning lessons that can...

  6. Estate Planning: Mookie Blaylock

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, over 1 year ago.

    Mookie Blaylock was listed in critical condition and on life support after being involved in an accident with fatalities in Jonesboro, Georgia in May of 2013. Blaylock is best known as a professional basketball player and was a NBA all star in 1994 and led the league in steals tw...

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  7. Divorce and Family Law: Lessons Learned From Tim Duncan

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, over 1 year ago.

    Tim Duncan and his wife Amy Duncan reportedly started divorce proceedings in March of 2013. Duncan is best known as a professional basketball player for the NBA's San Antonio Spurs winning four NBA championships, two NBA MVP and three NBA Finals MVP awards. There are many divorce...

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  8. Estate Planning: Angelina Jolie

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, over 1 year ago.

    Angelina Jolie disclosed that she had a double mastectomy and that she would have her ovaries removed to help prevent breast and ovarian cancer that she may be genetically predisposed to in April of 2013. Jolie is best known as an academy award winning actress. There are several ...

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  9. Estate Planning: Lessons Learned From Margaret Thatcher

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, over 1 year ago.

    Margaret Thatcher died in April of 2013 of a stroke in London, England at the age of 87 after several health complications. Thatcher is best known as the first and only female Prime Minister of England that served in the position from 1979 to 1990. There are several estate planni...

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  10. Estate Planning: Roger Ebert

    Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, over 1 year ago.

    Roger Ebert passed away in April of 2013 at the age of 70 after a battle of cancer that went on for several years. Ebert was most well known as the most preeminent film critic in the United states that had a career that lasted 46 years for the Chicago Sun-Times and 31 years on TV...

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