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A List of Five Essential Legal Documents

It is imperative that every American has an estate plan in place if they wish to protect themselves and their loved ones. Making sound decisions regarding finances and healthcare can…

Elder Law Attorney: What Do They Do?

Legal issues that affect older or disabled people are called elder law. Attorneys who practice elder law advocate for and create legal plans to assist seniors, and their loved ones,…

The Trustee’s Role: A Brief Overview

Your estate planning journey may still be in the planning stages or you may have just begun to consider where to start. You may be wondering how your assets should…

Providing Financial Oversight for a Loved One

Bank and bill-paying tasks may become more challenging as people age, but sudden illness or incapacitation can strike anyone at any age, posing the same challenges. Incapacity is not just…

A Guide for Seniors on Estate Planning

Almost all older adults recognize the importance of estate planning. Yet, nearly half of Americans age 55 or more do not have a will, and even fewer have designated powers…

Plan Your Estate for Your Surviving Spouse

It is difficult to consider more than just your grief after losing a spouse or long-term partner. However, it is crucial to understand there are important and timely decisions you…

Non-traditional Families and Estate Planning

Estate planning practices are changing as family structures change. As recently as thirty years ago, a traditional family comprised a husband and wife who married young, purchased a home, had…

Let Your Final Wishes Be Known While You Can

Alzheimer’s has afflicted many of our friends and loved ones in a slow, dehumanizing manner. In the final stages of this and other dementia diseases, there comes a time when…
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