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Unmarried Couples’ Estate Planning
For instance, your assets are not mutually inheritable without careful estate planning that includes a “living together contract.” …
Make Your Estate Plan Conflict-Free
While you are younger and mentally fit, proactive planning can drastically reduce family conflict and infighting among your heirs….
Annuities for Married Couples
Many Medicaid applicants are denied coverage for long-term care because they have too much money or too many assets…
Keeping Seniors Connected
Loneliness is feeling sad about a lack of human connections and interactions. While social isolation may make most people feel lonely, loneliness is not the same as being alone….
Comparing Elder Law and Estate Planning
Even though these two types of law are for different stages in life, they are often handled at the same time. …
Why is an Executor Necessary?
Even though the decedent nominated you to be their executor, you will still need to be appointed to that role by their local probate court….
Obtaining Guardianship for an Elderly Parent
If your parent did not prepare for this eventuality of requiring legally recognized help, you would not be allowed to create these documents once they are already mentally impaired….
Government Programs for Seniors
Every year billions of available dollars in US benefits programs are not claimed because older adults (55 or more) are unsure if they are eligible and, if so, how to apply….
The Aspects of Life Care Planning
While some overlap exists between the two, learning and implementing strategies from both law practice types is crucial to prepare for successful aging and preserve a family legacy. …
What is the Right Amount of Inheritance for Each Child?
Without a will, there are sure to be problems between family and loved ones. You may find it difficult to sort out, but creating a will is the responsible thing to do….