Estate Planning

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…

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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…

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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,…

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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…

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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,…

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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….

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Generating Wealth After You Are Gone: Controlling Your Legacy

Many years may have gone into building and protecting your legacy for future generations. But have you thought about the impact it…

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Benefits Planning for Veterans

For Veterans preparing for retirement, there are a wide variety of benefits programs that provide financial support and health care. Programs include…

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Medicaid: Five Years of Looking Back Without Penalties

Planning for long-term care is important because nearly everyone will require it at some point in their lives. While we cannot predict…

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Advice for the Newly Single

I handle various types of legal cases, but none is more heartbreaking and emotionally difficult than when I work with someone who…

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