Long-term Care Housing Options For Loved Ones

America is aging. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, nearly half of Americans turning sixty-five are in need of some form of long-term care facility. For many, it is automatically assumed, often incorrectly, that a nursing home is the only option.… Read more

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Here’s what’s involved in long-term care planning

Oftentimes, the fall season finds us in preparation for the holidays. From choosing the biggest pumpkin to setting goals for the upcoming year, fall is a time for getting things in order. This time of year should also serve as a time for preparing your future, a future that includes long-term care planning.… Read more

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Three Reasons to Carefully Consider Conservatorships

Approximately 1 in 10 Americans aged 60 and over have experienced some form of elder abuse. Many adults, regardless of age have undergone abuse at the hands of a loved one. Sadly, a common form of such abuse involves money. While adults at any age can fall victim, seniors are often the targets of fraudulent actions, and sometimes those actions are perpetrated by relatives.… Read more

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What Is An Estate Plan?

What is in an Estate Plan? Inquiring minds want to know.

To recap, an estate plan makes sure that your wishes about your life and your stuff are met, during life and death. But what exactly is an estate plan?

You may have heard of a will or a trust in television shows and movies, especially after a character dies and the entire family fights over what they are getting from the estate.Read more

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What You Need to Know About Estate Planning To Get Started

The term “estate planning” may sound like something just for millionaires but that’s furthest from the truth. Everyone, whether  young, old, a student, an athlete, single, married, or a CEO, needs a plan for the future and there are no pre-qualifiers.Read more

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How to Have a Conversation with Your Parents About Estate Planning

How do you have a conversation with your parents about estate planning? My first impulse is to answer to this question with the statement, “Very carefully.” Your parents are your parents and you are their child no matter how old you are.Read more