Estate Planning, Elder Law, What’s the Difference?

Estate Planning, Elder Law, What’s the Difference? The short answer: Both share similar concerns. The longer answer? The differences make all the difference. The Concerns are Similar No matter what age we’re in, life can deliver some hard knocks. Hope...

Published On: Monday, April 22, 2019

The physical challenges of aging in place

According to AARP aging in place is a goal for 3 out of 4 Americans aged 50 or more. These seniors and near seniors are willing to employ alternative solutions to facilitate this. The alternatives include home sharing (32%), building...

Published On: Friday, April 19, 2019

Understanding What Elder Law Attorneys Do

According to the US Census Bureau, more than 51 million Americans are currently aged 65 or older, and the number is steadily increasing while medical and technological advancements are allowing seniors to live longer and better lives than ever before....

Published On: Thursday, April 18, 2019

Seniors continue embracing technology

Technology is providing seniors with a multitude of applications to improve their health, lifestyle, safety, and entertainment. While the younger generations may think these older Americans are the equivalent of technology dinosaurs, the truth is mid-life, and older Americans are...

Published On: Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Upcoming Workshop on April 18th at 6pm

Our workshops are designed to be educational, interactive, informative and generate relevant discussion for attendees. Modern Estate Planning is more than just preparing a will and putting it in a safe. Find out how a comprehensive Estate Plan will protect...

Published On: Tuesday, April 16, 2019

US Justice Department elder fraud sweep

In the largest ever nationwide elder fraud sweep the US Department of Justice (DOJ) has identified more than 260 defendants in fraud accounting for more than 750 million dollars. In each case, the defendants allegedly engaged in financial tactics that...

Published On: Monday, April 15, 2019

The Internet of Medical Things

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services are looking to the future of the US health care system, and it is projected to be overloaded with seniors needing medical care. In 2010 the US elderly population accounted for about 13...

Published On: Friday, April 12, 2019

Three Common Probate Avoidance Strategies

When someone passes away, the probate court supervises the administration of the estate by overseeing how the executor notifies creditors, pays debts and disburses the assets to the beneficiaries. Many clients prefer to avoid probate because the process can be...

Published On: Thursday, April 11, 2019

Checklist of Items to Leave Behind for Your Loved Ones

Accurate records save time and money, and having an organized estate checklist provides peace of mind to your grieving family members. Below is a checklist of items that you should make accessible to family in the event of your death...

Published On: Thursday, April 11, 2019

Where to Store the Original Copy of Your Last Will and Testament

At the conclusion of executing each client’s Last Will and Testament, the question of where to store it for safekeeping is almost always asked. Generally, there are two main options for storing original estate planning documents. The first option is...

Published On: Wednesday, April 10, 2019

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