Helping People Age With Dignity And Peace Of Mind

Month: January 2018

Three red flags of financial elder abuse

As your elderly loved ones age, they may begin to have difficulty managing their finances. When coupled with memory problems, your aging loved one may be an easy target for abuse. By knowing what signs to look for, you can help protect them from financial...

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Divorce and your estate plan

Many different life changes can have an impact on your estate plan, such as the loss of a loved one or significant financial changes. However, divorce is an especially difficult issue for many people to work through, especially with regard to their estate plan. Ending...

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How do you avoid probate?

A primary question people ask as they get older is: How do you keep the probate process from mangling your estate?Probate is like a mean dog that stands between us and putting our life property in the right hands. It can be avoided almost entirely – but it...

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Taking a look at express trusts

With trusts, there are many different types of terms that you may need to familiarize yourself with. For example, you may want to find out more about the differences between revocable and irrevocable trusts or go over some of your different options. However, it may...

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Setting up a special needs trust

Legal issues related to trusts take many forms, whether you are in the process of setting up an estate plan or are having trouble naming beneficiaries. Moreover, there are all sorts of different trusts that people create and our law office knows how crucial it is for...

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