Advice for Seniors and Near Seniors on Estate Planning

The 2021 Wills and Estate Planning Study by  Caring.com and YouGov found that, for Americans aged fifty-five and older, the percentage of those with a will has dropped from sixty to forty-four percent since 2019. This decrease is as surprising a statistic as the...

Long-Term Care Coverage under Medicare

During their careers, most people contribute to Social Security in order to qualify for Medicare health insurance. Individuals under age 65 who qualify to receive Social Security Disability benefits are also covered under Medicare, as well as anyone of any age who has...

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...