Being a Financial Guardian 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 about mental cognition, accident, or illness. You may have a loved one who...

Elder Law Attorneys Provide Legal Advice to Seniors

There are many legal issues affecting older or disabled individuals that fall under elder law. Attorneys who practice elder law advocate for and create legal plans to assist seniors, and their loved ones, in living better lives. Elder law may include planning for...

Exposure to Toxic Burn Pits and VA Benefits

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 about mental cognition, accident, or illness. You may have a loved one who...

Providing Care For Family Members

It makes sense for a family member to care for a senior at home, rather than paying someone else or an agency? Or uprooting the senior into an institution? The family member can pay the bills, balance the checkbook, keep the house clean, shop and make meals, and take...

Long Term Care Insurance: What Has Changed?

A growing number of people have purchased long-term care (LTC) insurance in recent years to protect themselves against rising health care costs. But lately, policyholders have seen their premiums rise and/or benefits decrease. Two of the largest LTC insurance...

Stigmas Associated With Alzheimer’s

Family members often struggle when a loved one begins to lose memory. The person who has been the head of the family may soon fade from the person they once were, leaving their loved ones to wonder what will come next. The stigma associated with Alzheimer’s disease...