Making sure your end-of-life wishes are followed no matter where you happen to be is important. If you move to a different state or split your time between one or more states, you should make sure your advance directive is valid in all the states you frequent. Many people think advance Continue reading
When interest rates are low, intrafamily loans can be a good way to assist a relative (typically a child) with purchasing a house or a family business, and in certain circumstances they can be used to gift money to the next generation.
An intrafamily loan allows family members to Continue reading
Parents of a child with special needs know that they must plan for the child’s care and support way into the future. This is especially so if the individual is unlikely ever to be able to earn an income. But what happens in cases of divorce? How does the issue of child support come Continue reading
Britney Spears’s legal fight to wrest back control over her personal and financial affairs has flooded the issue of guardianship in Klieg lights. While a full guardianship may be necessary for many individuals who are incapable of managing their own affairs due to dementia or intellectual, Continue reading
President Biden has introduced a plan to spend $400 billion over eight years on home and community-based care for the elderly and people with disabilities. The money would go to expand access to care and support higher-paying caregiving jobs.
As the elderly population grows, our Continue reading
While the internet makes our lives more convenient, it also adds new complications. For example, what happens to all our online data and assets if we become disabled or die? Whether or not we spend half our lives responding to devices, we all transact a lot of our daily business online Continue reading
While a Will is one of the most important Estate Planning documents you can have, there are things that it won’t cover. A Will is just one part of a comprehensive Estate Plan. A Will is a legally-binding statement directing who will receive your property at your death. It is also Continue reading
This week is spring break for the kids, but I also chose to indulge a bit myself. I took a ‘wor-cation’ where I would be able to work and relax at the same time. Needless to say I have thoroughly been enjoying this new way of working. If you know me you know I love what I do, so even 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