This year has flown by! We are in the month of October, which happens to be Special Needs Law Month, and National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Throughout the month, our goal is to share tips and tools that will be beneficial to those with special needs, their loved ones, Continue reading
September is World Alzheimer’s Month, so throughout the month, we’re talking about Alzheimer’s & Dementia. Did you know there is a difference between Alzheimer’s and Dementia? A lot of people use these interchangeably but they are actually not the same thing. This is a very important Continue reading
It’s a new month, so its time for a new theme! This month, we are shifting our focus from Elder Law, to focus on our young adults and college babies! It’s already July, which means it’s almost time for back to school. Some are flying the nest for the first time, some are going hours Continue reading
While Estate planning and Asset Protection is essential for everyone, this month, I have stressed why it’s an absolute must for the LGBTQ+ community. In Planning With Pride Part 1, I encouraged you to be proactive about planning, so that you can protect your assets from random family Continue reading
It’s still Elder Law month, so we are going to talk about another Elder Law related topic. Last week we talked about why you should consider a long-term care insurance policy sooner rather than later, because the earlier you address the need, the easier it is to meet it and pay for Continue reading
It’s still Elder Law month, so we are going to talk about another Elder Law related topic. Last week, we talked about Care Giver Agreements, and why you and your parent or elderly loved one should consider having one drafted by a professional before providing care and receiving compensation. Continue reading
It’s still Elder Law month, so we are going to talk about another Elder Law related topic. Last week we talked about elder abuse. Unfortunately, the abusers are oftentimes family members, children, and also people that the vulnerable person generally trusts.
Earlier this week, I asked Continue reading