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News Article | May 20, 2017
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— Shawn Weera is the President of the Law Offices of Shawn Weera, and has become nationally recognized for effectively designed estate plans which allow clients to avoid probate, save on taxes, and secure assets. Recently the esteemed elder law attorney outlined the four essential components that every good estate strategy should include, explaining why each is crucial to efficiently managing the affairs of life’s later stages. The basic component of every estate plan, Weera began, is a will, or a legally binding statement that directs how property will be distributed post-mortem, names a guardian for any minor children, and appoints an executor to carry out the details of the document. Without one, the state will determine how all assets are disbursed. However, many types of property or forms of ownership are not covered by wills, including jointly owned property, property in trust, life insurance proceeds, IRAs, and 401(k) plans. In these cases, Shawn Weera explained that a trust is necessary, which is a legal arrangement, through which the trustee holds title to possessions of the beneficiary and often results in tax advantages for both parties. When well drafted, trusts can be effective planning tools for generations of family members. Apart from the will, the power of attorney, or person appointed to act in the event the document holder is incapacitated, is often the most important part of an estate plan, said Weera. Without a power of attorney, a court will have to appoint a conservator or guardian through a process that takes considerable time and money. This representative may then be forced to seek further court permission in order to enact planning steps that otherwise could have been implemented immediately. Medical directives also allow for more control in the event of a crisis or hospitalization. Depending on state laws and the individual’s goals, medical directives can vary, but often include a health care proxy, a living will, and medical instructions. These documents further clarify who is designated to make health care decisions and instruct doctors how to proceed in severe circumstances. Attorney Shawn Weera, JD, MFP has assisted thousands of families in growing, preserving and protective their assets. He received a Bachelors Degree in Accounting from California State University, Los Angeles and a Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Grand Rapids Bar Association, and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. As a licensed elder law counsel, Weera has been helping retirees with his efficient and astute planning for over 15 years. Presently, he offers strategic solutions to protect assets from nursing home and long-term care expenses, avoid probate and estate taxes, reduce taxes on income and social security, maximize returns on investments, and to help wartime veterans and their spouses receive special benefits to pay for in-home care. For more information, please visit http://shawnweeranews.com


News Article | May 15, 2017
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI / ACCESSWIRE / May 15, 2017 / Shawn Weera, President of the Law Offices of Shawn Weera, is nationally recognized for his ability to design effective estate plans that allow clients to avoid probate, save on taxes, and protect assets. Recently the esteemed elder law attorney outlined the four essential components that every good estate strategy should include, explaining why each is crucial to efficiently managing the affairs of life's later stages. The basic component of every estate plan, Weera began, is a will, or a legally binding statement that directs how property will be distributed post-mortem, names a guardian for any minor children, and appoints an executor to carry out the details of the document. Without one, the state will determine how all assets are disbursed. However, many types of property or forms of ownership are not covered by wills, including jointly owned property, property in trust, life insurance proceeds, IRAs, and 401(k) plans. In these cases, Shawn Weera explained that a trust is necessary, which is a legal arrangement, through which the trustee holds title to possessions of the beneficiary and often results in tax advantages for both parties. When well drafted, trusts can be effective planning tools for generations of family members. Apart from the will, the power of attorney, or person appointed to act in the event the document holder is incapacitated, is often the most important part of an estate plan, said Weera. Without a power of attorney, a court will have to appoint a conservator or guardian through a process that takes considerable time and money. This representative may then be forced to seek further court permission in order to enact planning steps that otherwise could have been implemented immediately. Medical directives also allow for more control in the event of a crisis or hospitalization. Depending on state laws and the individual's goals, medical directives can vary, but often include a health care proxy, a living will, and medical instructions. These documents further clarify who is designated to make health care decisions and instruct doctors how to proceed in severe circumstances. Attorney Shawn Weera, JD, MFP has assisted thousands of families in growing, preserving and protective their assets. He received a Bachelors Degree in Accounting from California State University, Los Angeles and a Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Grand Rapids Bar Association, and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. As a licensed elder law counsel, Weera has been helping retirees with his efficient and astute planning for over 15 years. Presently, he offers strategic solutions to protect assets from nursing home and long-term care expenses, avoid probate and estate taxes, reduce taxes on income and social security, maximize returns on investments, and to help wartime veterans and their spouses receive special benefits to pay for in-home care.


News Article | May 23, 2017
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI / ACCESSWIRE / May 22, 2017 / Respected elder law attorney, Shawn Weera has educated hundreds of citizens on Medicaid Estate Recovery through free workshops and seminars over the past four years. Michigan law, however, has just changed with regards to how long-term care costs are going to be recoverable by the state government. Weera recently discussed the details of the new legislation and the profound impact it will have on families currently relying on Living Trusts or other planning tools that do not have asset protection features in them. Shawn Weera began by explaining that with major losses in state tax revenue from individuals who are facing unemployment and foreclosure, the State of Michigan is seeking additional ways to fill that void. Several new bills, introduced by Senator Kahn of Saginaw, chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, are dramatically changing the nature of estate recovery. The laws would convert Michigan to a lien state, subjecting the property of Medicaid beneficiaries to liens, remove most or all of the exclusions that were created by the 2007 estate recovery law, and eliminate the viability of ladybird deeds or any other planning tool. In laymen's terms, Weera clarified that this means that the state government would have the power to possess the property of individuals in order to compensate long-term care expenses, even those who had been previously protected. Another way Medicaid Estate Recovery is affecting Michigan residents is through the government acting as a remainder beneficiary of certain annuities, or special financial products that retirees use to create an additional stream of income or as an investment tool. For all of these established after February 8, 2006, the State of Michigan requires that it be named a remainder beneficiary before it will pay for any long-term care. As a result, the State's remainder interest could be enforced to an amount equal to the Medicaid benefits provided. However, if the annuity has a community spouse, minor or disabled child named as its remainder beneficiary, then the State's interest may be secondary. Shawn Weera, JD, MFP is a nationally recognized asset protection expert and the President of the Law Offices of Shawn Weera. As a licensed elder law attorney in private practice for over a decade, he has been helping retirees preserve their estates through efficient and wise planning for over 15 years. Weera received his Bachelors Degree in Accounting from California State University, Los Angeles, and his Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Grand Rapids Bar Association, and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. Each month, Weera holds frequent free seminars in the greater Grand Rapids area, wherein he educates retirees about a wide range of elder law, Medicaid, Medicare, and estate planning issues affecting Michigan citizens. Shawn Weera - On Using Annuities for Medicaid Planning: http://www.nasdaq.com/press-release/shawn-weera--on-using-annuities-for-medicaid-planning-20170504-01491


News Article | May 1, 2017
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI / ACCESSWIRE / May 1, 2017 / Over the course of the past four years, esteemed elder law attorney Shawn Weera has educated hundreds of Americans about Medicaid Estate Recovery through free workshops and seminars. Michigan law, however, has just changed with regards to how long-term care costs are going to be recoverable by the state government. Weera recently discussed the details of the new legislation and the profound impact it will have on families currently relying on Living Trusts or other planning tools that do not have asset protection features in them. Shawn Weera began by explaining that with major losses in state tax revenue from individuals who are facing unemployment and foreclosure, the State of Michigan is seeking additional ways to fill that void. Several new bills, introduced by Senator Kahn of Saginaw, chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, are dramatically changing the nature of estate recovery. The laws would convert Michigan to a lien state, subjecting the property of Medicaid beneficiaries to liens, remove most or all of the exclusions that were created by the 2007 estate recovery law, and eliminate the viability of ladybird deeds or any other planning tool. In laymen's terms, Weera clarified that this means that the state government would have the power to possess the property of individuals in order to compensate long-term care expenses, even those who had been previously protected. Another way Medicaid Estate Recovery is affecting Michigan residents is through the government acting as a remainder beneficiary of certain annuities, or special financial products that retirees use to create an additional stream of income or as an investment tool. For all of these established after February 8, 2006, the State of Michigan requires that it be named a remainder beneficiary before it will pay for any long-term care. As a result, the State's remainder interest could be enforced to an amount equal to the Medicaid benefits provided. However, if the annuity has a community spouse, minor or disabled child named as its remainder beneficiary, then the State's interest may be secondary. Shawn Weera, JD, MFP is a nationally recognized asset protection expert and the President of the Law Offices of Shawn Weera. As a licensed elder law attorney in private practice for over a decade, he has been helping retirees preserve their estates through efficient and wise planning for over 15 years. Weera received his Bachelors Degree in Accounting from California State University, Los Angeles, and his Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Grand Rapids Bar Association, and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. Each month, Weera holds frequent free seminars in the greater Grand Rapids area, wherein he educates retirees about a wide range of elder law, Medicaid, Medicare, and estate planning issues affecting Michigan citizens. Shawn Weera - Michigan Elder Law Attorney: http://shawnweeranews.com Shawn Weera - Explains Why Medicaid Planning is Critical for Second Marriages: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/shawn-weera-explains-why-medicaid-121500912.html Shawn Weera - Discusses IRA Beneficiary Trusts: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/shawn-weera-discusses-ira-beneficiary-005200612.html


News Article | May 1, 2017
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI / ACCESSWIRE / May 1, 2017 / Over the course of the past four years, esteemed elder law attorney Shawn Weera has educated hundreds of Americans about Medicaid Estate Recovery through free workshops and seminars. Michigan law, however, has just changed with regards to how long-term care costs are going to be recoverable by the state government. Weera recently discussed the details of the new legislation and the profound impact it will have on families currently relying on Living Trusts or other planning tools that do not have asset protection features in them. Shawn Weera began by explaining that with major losses in state tax revenue from individuals who are facing unemployment and foreclosure, the State of Michigan is seeking additional ways to fill that void. Several new bills, introduced by Senator Kahn of Saginaw, chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, are dramatically changing the nature of estate recovery. The laws would convert Michigan to a lien state, subjecting the property of Medicaid beneficiaries to liens, remove most or all of the exclusions that were created by the 2007 estate recovery law, and eliminate the viability of ladybird deeds or any other planning tool. In laymen's terms, Weera clarified that this means that the state government would have the power to possess the property of individuals in order to compensate long-term care expenses, even those who had been previously protected. Another way Medicaid Estate Recovery is affecting Michigan residents is through the government acting as a remainder beneficiary of certain annuities, or special financial products that retirees use to create an additional stream of income or as an investment tool. For all of these established after February 8, 2006, the State of Michigan requires that it be named a remainder beneficiary before it will pay for any long-term care. As a result, the State's remainder interest could be enforced to an amount equal to the Medicaid benefits provided. However, if the annuity has a community spouse, minor or disabled child named as its remainder beneficiary, then the State's interest may be secondary. Shawn Weera, JD, MFP is a nationally recognized asset protection expert and the President of the Law Offices of Shawn Weera. As a licensed elder law attorney in private practice for over a decade, he has been helping retirees preserve their estates through efficient and wise planning for over 15 years. Weera received his Bachelors Degree in Accounting from California State University, Los Angeles, and his Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Grand Rapids Bar Association, and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. Each month, Weera holds frequent free seminars in the greater Grand Rapids area, wherein he educates retirees about a wide range of elder law, Medicaid, Medicare, and estate planning issues affecting Michigan citizens. Shawn Weera - Michigan Elder Law Attorney: http://shawnweeranews.com Shawn Weera - Explains Why Medicaid Planning is Critical for Second Marriages: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/shawn-weera-explains-why-medicaid-121500912.html Shawn Weera - Discusses IRA Beneficiary Trusts: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/shawn-weera-discusses-ira-beneficiary-005200612.html GRAND RAPIDS, MI / ACCESSWIRE / May 1, 2017 / Over the course of the past four years, esteemed elder law attorney Shawn Weera has educated hundreds of Americans about Medicaid Estate Recovery through free workshops and seminars. Michigan law, however, has just changed with regards to how long-term care costs are going to be recoverable by the state government. Weera recently discussed the details of the new legislation and the profound impact it will have on families currently relying on Living Trusts or other planning tools that do not have asset protection features in them. Shawn Weera began by explaining that with major losses in state tax revenue from individuals who are facing unemployment and foreclosure, the State of Michigan is seeking additional ways to fill that void. Several new bills, introduced by Senator Kahn of Saginaw, chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, are dramatically changing the nature of estate recovery. The laws would convert Michigan to a lien state, subjecting the property of Medicaid beneficiaries to liens, remove most or all of the exclusions that were created by the 2007 estate recovery law, and eliminate the viability of ladybird deeds or any other planning tool. In laymen's terms, Weera clarified that this means that the state government would have the power to possess the property of individuals in order to compensate long-term care expenses, even those who had been previously protected. Another way Medicaid Estate Recovery is affecting Michigan residents is through the government acting as a remainder beneficiary of certain annuities, or special financial products that retirees use to create an additional stream of income or as an investment tool. For all of these established after February 8, 2006, the State of Michigan requires that it be named a remainder beneficiary before it will pay for any long-term care. As a result, the State's remainder interest could be enforced to an amount equal to the Medicaid benefits provided. However, if the annuity has a community spouse, minor or disabled child named as its remainder beneficiary, then the State's interest may be secondary. Shawn Weera, JD, MFP is a nationally recognized asset protection expert and the President of the Law Offices of Shawn Weera. As a licensed elder law attorney in private practice for over a decade, he has been helping retirees preserve their estates through efficient and wise planning for over 15 years. Weera received his Bachelors Degree in Accounting from California State University, Los Angeles, and his Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Grand Rapids Bar Association, and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. Each month, Weera holds frequent free seminars in the greater Grand Rapids area, wherein he educates retirees about a wide range of elder law, Medicaid, Medicare, and estate planning issues affecting Michigan citizens. Shawn Weera - Michigan Elder Law Attorney: http://shawnweeranews.com Shawn Weera - Explains Why Medicaid Planning is Critical for Second Marriages: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/shawn-weera-explains-why-medicaid-121500912.html Shawn Weera - Discusses IRA Beneficiary Trusts: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/shawn-weera-discusses-ira-beneficiary-005200612.html


News Article | May 25, 2017
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WILMINGTON, Del., May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Navient today held its 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Wilmington, Del. Shareholders voted to reelect the 11 nominees to serve as directors for one-year terms. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/09aa42a9-25e6-40c5-9f07-621e05fe009e The directors are Chairman William M. Diefenderfer III, John K. Adams, Jr., Anna Escobedo Cabral, Diane Suitt Gilleland, Katherine A. Lehman, Linda A. Mills, John (Jack) F. Remondi, Jane J. Thompson, Laura S. Unger, Barry L. Williams and David L. Yowan. Six of the 11 directors are women, representing 55 percent of the company’s board. Navient is distinguished as among the few S&P 500 companies with a majority women board. These women directors are among a board with diversity of industry backgrounds, ethnicity, age, skills and experiences. The company has attracted nationwide recognition for gender parity on its board from 2020 Women on Boards, the Women's Forum of New York and the New York Stock Exchange Governance Services. As planned, long-time Director Barry A. Munitz retired at the annual meeting. Chancellor emeritus of California State University, Los Angeles, Dr. Munitz played an integral role in the creation of Navient. He was previously chair of California P-16 Council and president and chief executive officer of The J. Paul Getty Trust. Ten of the 11 board members are independent of Navient, which is consistent with the requirement in the company’s governance guidelines that a substantial majority be independent. Represented by proxy or present in person at the meeting were 91 percent of the company's total shares outstanding. About Navient Navient (Nasdaq:NAVI) is a Fortune 500 company that provides asset management and business processing solutions to education, healthcare, and government clients at the federal, state, and local levels. The company helps its clients and millions of Americans achieve financial success through services and support. Headquartered in Wilmington, Del., Navient employs team members in western New York, northeastern Pennsylvania, Indiana, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and other locations. Learn more at navient.com.


News Article | May 25, 2017
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WILMINGTON, Del., May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Navient today held its 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Wilmington, Del. Shareholders voted to reelect the 11 nominees to serve as directors for one-year terms. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/09aa42a9-25e6-40c5-9f07-621e05fe009e The directors are Chairman William M. Diefenderfer III, John K. Adams, Jr., Anna Escobedo Cabral, Diane Suitt Gilleland, Katherine A. Lehman, Linda A. Mills, John (Jack) F. Remondi, Jane J. Thompson, Laura S. Unger, Barry L. Williams and David L. Yowan. Six of the 11 directors are women, representing 55 percent of the company’s board. Navient is distinguished as among the few S&P 500 companies with a majority women board. These women directors are among a board with diversity of industry backgrounds, ethnicity, age, skills and experiences. The company has attracted nationwide recognition for gender parity on its board from 2020 Women on Boards, the Women's Forum of New York and the New York Stock Exchange Governance Services. As planned, long-time Director Barry A. Munitz retired at the annual meeting. Chancellor emeritus of California State University, Los Angeles, Dr. Munitz played an integral role in the creation of Navient. He was previously chair of California P-16 Council and president and chief executive officer of The J. Paul Getty Trust. Ten of the 11 board members are independent of Navient, which is consistent with the requirement in the company’s governance guidelines that a substantial majority be independent. Represented by proxy or present in person at the meeting were 91 percent of the company's total shares outstanding. About Navient Navient (Nasdaq:NAVI) is a Fortune 500 company that provides asset management and business processing solutions to education, healthcare, and government clients at the federal, state, and local levels. The company helps its clients and millions of Americans achieve financial success through services and support. Headquartered in Wilmington, Del., Navient employs team members in western New York, northeastern Pennsylvania, Indiana, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and other locations. Learn more at navient.com.


News Article | May 25, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

WILMINGTON, Del., May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Navient today held its 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Wilmington, Del. Shareholders voted to reelect the 11 nominees to serve as directors for one-year terms. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/09aa42a9-25e6-40c5-9f07-621e05fe009e The directors are Chairman William M. Diefenderfer III, John K. Adams, Jr., Anna Escobedo Cabral, Diane Suitt Gilleland, Katherine A. Lehman, Linda A. Mills, John (Jack) F. Remondi, Jane J. Thompson, Laura S. Unger, Barry L. Williams and David L. Yowan. Six of the 11 directors are women, representing 55 percent of the company’s board. Navient is distinguished as among the few S&P 500 companies with a majority women board. These women directors are among a board with diversity of industry backgrounds, ethnicity, age, skills and experiences. The company has attracted nationwide recognition for gender parity on its board from 2020 Women on Boards, the Women's Forum of New York and the New York Stock Exchange Governance Services. As planned, long-time Director Barry A. Munitz retired at the annual meeting. Chancellor emeritus of California State University, Los Angeles, Dr. Munitz played an integral role in the creation of Navient. He was previously chair of California P-16 Council and president and chief executive officer of The J. Paul Getty Trust. Ten of the 11 board members are independent of Navient, which is consistent with the requirement in the company’s governance guidelines that a substantial majority be independent. Represented by proxy or present in person at the meeting were 91 percent of the company's total shares outstanding. About Navient Navient (Nasdaq:NAVI) is a Fortune 500 company that provides asset management and business processing solutions to education, healthcare, and government clients at the federal, state, and local levels. The company helps its clients and millions of Americans achieve financial success through services and support. Headquartered in Wilmington, Del., Navient employs team members in western New York, northeastern Pennsylvania, Indiana, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and other locations. Learn more at navient.com.


News Article | May 25, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

WILMINGTON, Del., May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Navient today held its 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Wilmington, Del. Shareholders voted to reelect the 11 nominees to serve as directors for one-year terms. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/09aa42a9-25e6-40c5-9f07-621e05fe009e The directors are Chairman William M. Diefenderfer III, John K. Adams, Jr., Anna Escobedo Cabral, Diane Suitt Gilleland, Katherine A. Lehman, Linda A. Mills, John (Jack) F. Remondi, Jane J. Thompson, Laura S. Unger, Barry L. Williams and David L. Yowan. Six of the 11 directors are women, representing 55 percent of the company’s board. Navient is distinguished as among the few S&P 500 companies with a majority women board. These women directors are among a board with diversity of industry backgrounds, ethnicity, age, skills and experiences. The company has attracted nationwide recognition for gender parity on its board from 2020 Women on Boards, the Women's Forum of New York and the New York Stock Exchange Governance Services. As planned, long-time Director Barry A. Munitz retired at the annual meeting. Chancellor emeritus of California State University, Los Angeles, Dr. Munitz played an integral role in the creation of Navient. He was previously chair of California P-16 Council and president and chief executive officer of The J. Paul Getty Trust. Ten of the 11 board members are independent of Navient, which is consistent with the requirement in the company’s governance guidelines that a substantial majority be independent. Represented by proxy or present in person at the meeting were 91 percent of the company's total shares outstanding. About Navient Navient (Nasdaq:NAVI) is a Fortune 500 company that provides asset management and business processing solutions to education, healthcare, and government clients at the federal, state, and local levels. The company helps its clients and millions of Americans achieve financial success through services and support. Headquartered in Wilmington, Del., Navient employs team members in western New York, northeastern Pennsylvania, Indiana, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and other locations. Learn more at navient.com.


News Article | May 10, 2017
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CARSON, CA, May 10, 2017-- Dorothy Billiard Paige is a celebrated Marquis Who's Who biographee. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.Marquis Who's Who, the world's premier publisher of biographical profiles, is proud to name Ms. Paige a Lifetime Achiever. An accomplished listee, Ms. Paige celebrates many years' experience in her professional network, and has been noted for achievements, leadership qualities, and the credentials and successes she has accrued in her field.An esteemed and hard-working figure in her field, Ms. Paige most recently served as an Adjunct Professor for California State University, Los Angeles, Teacher Preparation Program.In addition to her status as Lifetime Achiever, Ms. Paige previously received the Woman of the Year Award from the National Association of University Women. Furthermore, Ms. Paige has been a featured listee in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World and Who's Who of American Women.In recognition of outstanding contributions to her profession and the Marquis Who's Who community, Dorothy Billiard Paige has been featured on the Marquis Who's Who Lifetime Achievers website. Please visit http://whoswholifetimeachievers.com/2017/03/15/dorothy-billiard-paige/ to view this distinguished honor.About Marquis Who's Who :Since 1899, when A. N. Marquis printed the First Edition of Who's Who in America , Marquis Who's Who has chronicled the lives of the most accomplished individuals and innovators from every significant field of endeavor, including politics, business, medicine, law, education, art, religion and entertainment. Today, Who's Who in America remains an essential biographical source for thousands of researchers, journalists, librarians and executive search firms around the world. Marquis publications may be visited at the official Marquis Who's Who website at www.marquiswhoswho.com

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