Increased Funding for Elders & The Disabled

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

Save Now Pay Later

Many websites offer customized, do-it-yourself Wills and other Estate planning documents.  Although such products are convenient, using them could create SERIOUS and EXPENSIVE legal problems for heirs. These digital services appear to offer a cost-effective and easy alternative to Continue reading

Need a Travel Buddy?

With everyone getting back to traveling and regular life, how are things for our disabled friends? The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has proposed regulations that would allow airlines to impose new restrictions on people with disabilities seeking to fly with service animals. Continue reading

Sweet Home Security

Our last elder advice post for elder law month has sadly come. Hope everyone has enjoyed the information & that it is useful to you & your loved ones.

The federal government has expanded access to protections for spouses of reverse mortgage holders who are not named in the loan document, Continue reading

A Trust Can Help Preserve Your Legacy

Hello everyone! The month of August What Will Be Your Legacy Month. So, I want to inspire and challenge you to think about what type of legacy you want to leave your loved ones. What will be your legacy? My family and I recently saw the new Lion King movie, and we loved it! There Continue reading

Final Prep For Back To School

Throughout the month of July, I have stressed on Social Media,  that contrary to popular belief, estate planning starts at 18! In my last blog Is Your Baby Truly Ready, I told you that even if you are paying all of their expenses, you canNOT access financial and educational records, Continue reading

Is Your Baby Truly Ready?

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

Planning With Pride Part 2

Happy Pride Month Everyone! As stated in Planning With Pride – Part 1 Estate Planning for LGBTQ+ individuals isn’t all that different from Estate Planning for anyone else. However, there are still some unique issues to consider. This week, we are going to talk about how important Continue reading

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