"Knowledge is Power; Power provides Information; Information leads to Education; Education breeds Wisdom; Wisdom is Liberation. People are not liberated because of lack of knowledge.”

― Israelmore Ayivor

Knowledge is Power (KIP) is the name I came up with for a series of websites that I have developed relating to topics that I find significant and believe would be beneficial to an individual and/or family, because Knowledge is Power! I am fortunate to have the ability to develop this type of platform which allows me to share informaton more efficiently with family, friends, and/or client and it allows them to conveniently share the information as well. Below are previews of each of the topics that are currently available or may be coming soon Christopher Colbert




Though Estate Planning is sometimes viewed as a task primarily for older people, Estate Planning can help young people establish foundation that they can fine-tune as their personal and financial situations change. In addtion, regardless of your income level, everyone needs to think about how they want their financial assets to be distributed or handled if you pass away or are incapacitated.

I understand the importance of Estate Planning through personal experiences with family members. I initiated and completed Estate Planning formy parents, and other loved ones which allowed us to go through the grieving process, and not have the added stress of dealing with incidents related to Estate Planning.

The nucleus of Estate Planning is determining what will happen to your property after you pass away. However, in addition to determining where your property should go, effective Estate Planning includes...

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Hello, and WELCOME to Just to provide some background before you get started exploring, my son Myles and I attended a college seminar that I believe was hosted by Georgia State University in late 2019. At the time I remember thinking that this was a wealth of information and it would be good to share this information with family and friends. My plan was to organize the information and create a document to send out to everyone. Well, needless to say, I completely forgot aboutit until recently when a co-worker asked me about it. After going through my files, I located my notes and as I read through them, I was again amazed by the amount of...

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