Is Your Baby Truly Ready?

Is Your Baby Truly Ready?

Typically, when we talk about back to school, we’re talking about buying school supplies, clothes, electronics, and dorm room essentials. While those things are all necessary and important, young adults need a few additional items to be truly prepared for this new journey. Believe it or not, there are some estate planning documents that are very important for the young adults and college babies in your life to have.

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Protecting The Children

Protecting The Children

No matter the status of your relationship, if kids are involved, you must take the necessary steps to make your intentions clear. Without a comprehensive estate plan and second parent adoption, your family may not be adequately protected.

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Planning With Pride Part 2

Planning With Pride Part 2

Believe it or not, people are not thinking about what and how you would like things done. You probably already know this, but you won’t get everyone to support your choices. Be proactive, so you can leave the legacy your choose, and not one chosen for you. 

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Planning With Pride – Part 1

Planning With Pride – Part 1

While estate planning for LGBTQ+ families is very similar to estate planning for heterosexual couples and families since the legalization of Gay Marriage in the United States, there are still some unique issues to consider. So, in order to protect your assets from random family members who may or may not be supportive of your lifestyle, and ensure they are distributed to the person or people you choose, makes sure you have your ducks in a row.

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You Are NOT Too Young To See An Elder Law Attorney!

You Are NOT Too Young To See An Elder Law Attorney!

Although issues addressed by Elder Law Attorneys are seldom thought of when we are young or even middle aged, being proactive, and taking the necessary steps to map out long-term financial and retirement goals, to plan for future long-term care needs, plan to deal with the what if’s such as illnesses and injuries, and ensure our loved ones and children are secure, is the key personal autonomy.

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Do I Really Need Long-term Care Insurance?

Do I Really Need Long-term Care Insurance?

So, should you purchase long-term care insurance? Is it really necessary? Is it worth it? Well, a lot of people don’t have a long-term care insurance policy because they think it’s just too expensive. The reality is, a lot of people don’t even think about long-term care insurance until they are in their 60’s or older. That’s the real reason it is deemed expensive. Studies show that approximately 70% of those over the age of 65 will need some type of long-term care.

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Elder Law Month: Elder Abuse and Neglect

Elder Law Month: Elder Abuse and Neglect

The month of May is Elder Law month. Throughout this month, we will be discussing various topics that are Elder Law related, meaning issues that typically affect not only the elderly, but also others who are vulnerable and disabled. This week, we are going to focus on...

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My Estate Plan Is Only A Few Years Old…

My Estate Plan Is Only A Few Years Old…

Even if you haven’t had a life changing event, as a general rule of thumb, you should consider having your estate plan reviewed by a professional every five years or so. Why? Because federal laws change, state laws change, tax laws change. And while changes in the law will not necessarily invalidate your estate plan, they may have some unintended consequences.

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